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Wimbledon Gallery: On The Road Again...

The return of one of the all-time greatest doubles teams was among Day 4's best snaps.

Published June 29, 2012 12:00

World No.10 Sara Errani kicked off the day with a 61 61 triumph over British No.1 Anne Keothavong.
World No.10 Sara Errani kicked off the day with a 61 61 triumph over British No.1 Anne Keothavong.
Maria Sharapova completed her match against Tsvetana Pironkova, having played half of it Wednesday.
Maria Sharapova completed her match against Tsvetana Pironkova, having played half of it Wednesday.
With the win Maria Sharapova improved to 21-1 in three-setters since the start of the 2011 season.
With the win Maria Sharapova improved to 21-1 in three-setters since the start of the 2011 season.
Serena Williams followed Maria Sharapova into the third round after a 61 64 win over Melinda Czink.
Serena Williams followed Maria Sharapova into the third round after a 61 64 win over Melinda Czink.
Serena Williams improved to 47-1 in Grand Slam first rounds and 46-1 in Grand Slam second rounds here.
Serena Williams improved to 47-1 in Grand Slam first rounds and 46-1 in Grand Slam second rounds here.
Heather Watson and Laura Robson were among 44 teams taking the courts for doubles action Thursday.
Heather Watson and Laura Robson were among 44 teams taking the courts for doubles action Thursday.
Iveta Benesova and Barbora Zahlavova Strycova advanced to the second round with a straight set win.
Iveta Benesova and Barbora Zahlavova Strycova advanced to the second round with a straight set win.
The Williams sisters won easily in their first doubles match together since Wimbledon two years ago.
The Williams sisters won easily in their first doubles match together since Wimbledon two years ago.
Ana Ivanovic got over the hump, beating Kateryna Bondarenko for the first time in three meetings.
Ana Ivanovic got over the hump, beating Kateryna Bondarenko for the first time in three meetings.
Marion Bartoli wasn't as fortunate, succumbing to former wunderkind Mirjana Lucic in straight sets.
Marion Bartoli wasn't as fortunate, succumbing to former wunderkind Mirjana Lucic in straight sets.
Julia Goerges, the No.22 seed, moved into the third round for the seventh straight Grand Slam.
Julia Goerges, the No.22 seed, moved into the third round for the seventh straight Grand Slam.
Elena Baltacha put up some late resistance but fell to defending champion Petra Kvitova, 60 64.
Elena Baltacha put up some late resistance but fell to defending champion Petra Kvitova, 60 64.
  • World No.10 Sara Errani kicked off the day with a 61 61 triumph over British No.1 Anne Keothavong.
  • Maria Sharapova completed her match against Tsvetana Pironkova, having played half of it Wednesday.
  • With the win Maria Sharapova improved to 21-1 in three-setters since the start of the 2011 season.
  • Serena Williams followed Maria Sharapova into the third round after a 61 64 win over Melinda Czink.
  • Serena Williams improved to 47-1 in Grand Slam first rounds and 46-1 in Grand Slam second rounds here.
  • Heather Watson and Laura Robson were among 44 teams taking the courts for doubles action Thursday.
  • Iveta Benesova and Barbora Zahlavova Strycova advanced to the second round with a straight set win.
  • The Williams sisters won easily in their first doubles match together since Wimbledon two years ago.
  • Ana Ivanovic got over the hump, beating Kateryna Bondarenko for the first time in three meetings.
  • Marion Bartoli wasn't as fortunate, succumbing to former wunderkind Mirjana Lucic in straight sets.
  • Julia Goerges, the No.22 seed, moved into the third round for the seventh straight Grand Slam.
  • Elena Baltacha put up some late resistance but fell to defending champion Petra Kvitova, 60 64.
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