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Monday, July 16, 2012 Roger and Serena Dominate with Wilson

Roger Federer Wilson Racquet

Roger Federer and Serena Williams continued their Grand Slam dominance at Wimbledon, winning their 17th and 14th career Slam singles titles respectively. It was Serena’s fifth singles title at the All England Club, and Roger tied Pete Sampras for the men’s Open Era record with his seventh win.

Federer claimed a hard-fought 4-set win over Great Britain’s Andy Murray, dominating the match after the roof was closed, and putting an exclamation point on the win by capturing a marathon, 20-minute game in the third set. Williams tied her sister (and fellow Wilson player) Venus’ five titles with a dogged three-set win over Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska, firing a women’s tournament record 102 aces. With his win, Roger reclaimed the men’s No. 1 ranking, and both players established themselves as gold medal favorites going into the Olympics.

Serena Williams Wilson Racquet

Both Federer and Williams have won all of their major titles, and have played their entire professional careers, using Wilson racquets. Roger relies upon the pinpoint control of the BLX Pro Staff Six.One 90 (also available in 95 and 100 square inch head sizes for those wanting a little extra power), while Serena wields the BLX Blade Team for its added power and maneuverability (the Blade is also available in a Tour version, along with the 98 and 98 Pink models). Wilson racquets have won more Grand Slam singles titles than any other brand.

Wilson has a line of racquets that can bring out the best in anyone’s game. Demo one today!


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