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Wimbledon 2006


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After almost two weeks of set points, smashes, slices and strawberries, the tournament reaches its climax this weekend, beginning with the ladies' final on Centre Court (starts 2.00).
Venus Williams outlasted fellow
American Lindsay Davenport in an epic final last year to claim her third title and, at number 14, become the lowest ranked player to win the championship since seedings were officially introduced in 1927. Venus had come from match point down to win the longest ever ladies'final recorded at the All England Club 4-6,7-6 (7-4), 9-7, a match lasting two hours and 45 minutes. Play continues on BBC2 at 5.30pm.
Presented by Sue Barker.
Executive producer Paul Davies : Editor
Philip Bernie (HD)
Digital viewers can select action from other courts, plus a range of extra features, via the handset's red button
John Barrett 's all-time great finals: p25


Unknown: Venus Williams
Unknown: Lindsay Davenport
Presented By: Sue Barker.
Producer: Paul Davies
Editor: Philip Bernie
Unknown: John Barrett

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