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Stills From SW19: 15 Great Action Shots

From ferocious forehands to blistering backhands and picture perfect slices, check out 15 of the very best action shots from Wimbledon right here on wtatennis.com!

Published June 27, 2014 12:10

The stars of the WTA - including Li Na - have been showing some incredible intensity on the court.
The stars of the WTA - including Li Na - have been showing some incredible intensity on the court.
From ferocious forehands from seven-time Grand Slam champions and former World No.1s...
From ferocious forehands from seven-time Grand Slam champions and former World No.1s...
... to more ferocious forehands from a two-time Grand Slam champion and former World No.1...
... to more ferocious forehands from a two-time Grand Slam champion and former World No.1...
... to Polish rising stars like Katarzyna Piter trying to hold their ground against Andrea Petkovic.
... to Polish rising stars like Katarzyna Piter trying to hold their ground against Andrea Petkovic.
Casey Dellacqua, an Australian veteran on the rise, stretched for a shot against Aga Radwanska.
Casey Dellacqua, an Australian veteran on the rise, stretched for a shot against Aga Radwanska.
Bojana Jovanovski's down-the-line magic was on full display as she took out Victoria Azarenka.
Bojana Jovanovski's down-the-line magic was on full display as she took out Victoria Azarenka.
Petra Cetkovska, another WTA veteran on the rise, put her picture perfect slice on full display.
Petra Cetkovska, another WTA veteran on the rise, put her picture perfect slice on full display.
Start high, finish low - the Czech, known for her power hitting, knows how to mix in the spins.
Start high, finish low - the Czech, known for her power hitting, knows how to mix in the spins.
Serena Williams has all the tools to win on grass too - not just in singles, but in doubles as well.
Serena Williams has all the tools to win on grass too - not just in singles, but in doubles as well.
Maria Sharapova may be a clay court queen these days but she's won on these lawns before too...
Maria Sharapova may be a clay court queen these days but she's won on these lawns before too...
The Russian's forehand helped her win her first Grand Slam title at the All-England Club in 2004.
The Russian's forehand helped her win her first Grand Slam title at the All-England Club in 2004.
Heather Watson thrilled her home crowd by pressing Angelique Kerber to three sets on Centre Court...
Heather Watson thrilled her home crowd by pressing Angelique Kerber to three sets on Centre Court...
But Kerber, a semifinalist here in 2012, was just too good, eventually cruising through that third.
But Kerber, a semifinalist here in 2012, was just too good, eventually cruising through that third.
Eugenie Bouchard - a former junior champion here - belted a backhand en route to the third round.
Eugenie Bouchard - a former junior champion here - belted a backhand en route to the third round.
And don't forget the doubles - the Williams sisters are a wall of excellence at SW19...
And don't forget the doubles - the Williams sisters are a wall of excellence at SW19...
  • The stars of the WTA - including Li Na - have been showing some incredible intensity on the court.
  • From ferocious forehands from seven-time Grand Slam champions and former World No.1s...
  • ... to more ferocious forehands from a two-time Grand Slam champion and former World No.1...
  • ... to Polish rising stars like Katarzyna Piter trying to hold their ground against Andrea Petkovic.
  • Casey Dellacqua, an Australian veteran on the rise, stretched for a shot against Aga Radwanska.
  • Bojana Jovanovski's down-the-line magic was on full display as she took out Victoria Azarenka.
  • Petra Cetkovska, another WTA veteran on the rise, put her picture perfect slice on full display.
  • Start high, finish low - the Czech, known for her power hitting, knows how to mix in the spins.
  • Serena Williams has all the tools to win on grass too - not just in singles, but in doubles as well.
  • Maria Sharapova may be a clay court queen these days but she's won on these lawns before too...
  • The Russian's forehand helped her win her first Grand Slam title at the All-England Club in 2004.
  • Heather Watson thrilled her home crowd by pressing Angelique Kerber to three sets on Centre Court...
  • But Kerber, a semifinalist here in 2012, was just too good, eventually cruising through that third.
  • Eugenie Bouchard - a former junior champion here - belted a backhand en route to the third round.
  • And don't forget the doubles - the Williams sisters are a wall of excellence at SW19...
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