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Wimbledon Invitation Finals Gallery

Lindsay Davenport and Martina Hingis took on Martina Navratilova and Jana Novotna for Wimbledon's Ladies Invitation Doubles trophy.

Published July 03, 2011 11:51

Fans flocked to see the final of Wimbledon's Ladies Invitation Doubles event, held on second Sunday.
Fans flocked to see the final of Wimbledon's Ladies Invitation Doubles event, held on second Sunday.
Jana Novotna and Martina Navratilova returned to SW19 as Ladies' Invitation Doubles defending champions.
Jana Novotna and Martina Navratilova returned to SW19 as Ladies' Invitation Doubles defending champions.
Navratilova displayed trademark athleticism with a behind-the-back volley...
Navratilova displayed trademark athleticism with a behind-the-back volley...
... and apologized when a lucky point went her way.
... and apologized when a lucky point went her way.
Martina Hingis, 30 years old and already a legend, teamed up with 35-year-old Lindsay Davenport.
Martina Hingis, 30 years old and already a legend, teamed up with 35-year-old Lindsay Davenport.
The competition was good-natured, but the combatants nonetheless took their tennis seriously.
The competition was good-natured, but the combatants nonetheless took their tennis seriously.
Davenport and Hingis, 64 64 victors, greeted Navratilova and Novotna at the net.
Davenport and Hingis, 64 64 victors, greeted Navratilova and Novotna at the net.
The champions acknowledged the crowd after their win.
The champions acknowledged the crowd after their win.
Davenport and Hingis, both former No.1s in singles and doubles, with their Ladies' Invitation trophy.
Davenport and Hingis, both former No.1s in singles and doubles, with their Ladies' Invitation trophy.
All four finalists won the singles at Wimbledon during their careers. Navratilova's nine title haul remains the record.
All four finalists won the singles at Wimbledon during their careers. Navratilova's nine title haul remains the record.
  • Fans flocked to see the final of Wimbledon's Ladies Invitation Doubles event, held on second Sunday.
  • Jana Novotna and Martina Navratilova returned to SW19 as Ladies' Invitation Doubles defending champions.
  • Navratilova displayed trademark athleticism with a behind-the-back volley...
  • ... and apologized when a lucky point went her way.
  • Martina Hingis, 30 years old and already a legend, teamed up with 35-year-old Lindsay Davenport.
  • The competition was good-natured, but the combatants nonetheless took their tennis seriously.
  • Davenport and Hingis, 64 64 victors, greeted Navratilova and Novotna at the net.
  • The champions acknowledged the crowd after their win.
  • Davenport and Hingis, both former No.1s in singles and doubles, with their Ladies' Invitation trophy.
  • All four finalists won the singles at Wimbledon during their careers. Navratilova's nine title haul remains the record.
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