The former Wimbledon champion had sparked concern with fans.
Marion Bartoli recent appearance has sparked concern amongst her many fans, and now the former Wimbledon champion has revealed
John Inverdale will be replaced by Clare Balding as the host of BBC Radio Five Live's WImbledon coverage a year on from his
We've all been there. You've had a long day, you're a bit under the weather, and you say something racist. Or sexist. Or
With UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 in full swing, Marion Bartoli’s Wimbledon triumph still fresh in our minds and the first anniversary
Culture Secretary Maria Miller has raised concerns with BBC chiefs over John Inverdale's comments that Wimbledon winner Marion
He did it! John Inverdale, that is. If 'it' was 'made a t*t of himself'. But enough of him: this week belonged to Andy Murray
Anyone would think that it was Kim Sears who won the women's title at Wimbledon on Saturday, given the amount of media coverage she's received over the past few days. But, lest we forget, that honour belongs to Marion Bartoli. And it was bloody well earned.
The Telegraph, the Times and the Daily Mail all headlined their Andy Murray Wimbledon victory stories with the assertion he was the first Brit champion since Fred Perry in 1936. Er, wrong. Four women have won the title for the UK since but a few news editors didn't seem to think it was worth investigating the success of our female players.
While Andy Murray and Marion Bartoli raked in a massive £1.6million for their championship victories, the winners of the Wimbledon wheelchair tennis competitions got a relatively measly £8,500... to share between two of them.