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Stills From SW19: Practice Makes Perfect

The WTA stars spend countless hours on the practice court in their quest for the Venus Rosewater Dish - or to help others chase a different Wimbledon trophy...

Published June 23, 2014 12:10

Main draw play kicked off on Monday, but before that the WTA stars were practicing up a storm...
Main draw play kicked off on Monday, but before that the WTA stars were practicing up a storm...
Former World No.1s Ana Ivanovic and Maria Sharapova were among those honing their grass court skills.
Former World No.1s Ana Ivanovic and Maria Sharapova were among those honing their grass court skills.
Another former World No.1, Caroline Wozniacki, added some off-court training into her routines.
Another former World No.1, Caroline Wozniacki, added some off-court training into her routines.
But it might be yet another former World No.1 who has been making the most practice court headlines...
But it might be yet another former World No.1 who has been making the most practice court headlines...
Amélie Mauresmo, a two-time Grand Slam champion, is coaching Andy Murray in the grass court season.
Amélie Mauresmo, a two-time Grand Slam champion, is coaching Andy Murray in the grass court season.
The announcement was made on finals weekend at the French Open and has been big news ever since.
The announcement was made on finals weekend at the French Open and has been big news ever since.
Murray knows what it takes to win Wimbledon, but so does Mauresmo - she won the title here in 2006.
Murray knows what it takes to win Wimbledon, but so does Mauresmo - she won the title here in 2006.
The talented Frenchwoman's other Grand Slam title came earlier that year at the Australian Open.
The talented Frenchwoman's other Grand Slam title came earlier that year at the Australian Open.
  • Main draw play kicked off on Monday, but before that the WTA stars were practicing up a storm...
  • Former World No.1s Ana Ivanovic and Maria Sharapova were among those honing their grass court skills.
  • Another former World No.1, Caroline Wozniacki, added some off-court training into her routines.
  • But it might be yet another former World No.1 who has been making the most practice court headlines...
  • Amélie Mauresmo, a two-time Grand Slam champion, is coaching Andy Murray in the grass court season.
  • The announcement was made on finals weekend at the French Open and has been big news ever since.
  • Murray knows what it takes to win Wimbledon, but so does Mauresmo - she won the title here in 2006.
  • The talented Frenchwoman's other Grand Slam title came earlier that year at the Australian Open.
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