Marion Bartoli reacts after winning the women’s singles final at Wimbledon on Saturday. Photograph:  Dennis Grombkowski/Getty Images.

The noggin. There is no accounting for it. How many Wimbledon titles have been lost and won on the power of the mind? So often, women’s Centre Court f(...)

Germany’s Sabine Lisicki celebrates a point against Poland’s Agnieszka Radwanska during their semi-final clash at Wimbledon. Photograph: Adam Davy/PA

Marion Bartoli’s charm offensive yesterday may be too late to replace Sabine Lisicki for the lion’s share of support as the German appears to have alr(...)

Marion Bartoli of France trains on a practise court at the Wimbledon.   Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

Marion Bartoli completes her journey from rock bottom to the most prestigious match in women’s tennis tomorrow when she steps out on Centre Court to (...)

Sabine Lisicki after her win over Agnieszka Radwanska. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

It was a give and take match. Sabine Lisicki took and then she gave. She then gave again and finally took. Nobody, not even the German knew whether sh(...)

 Sabine Lisicki celebrates victory during the Ladies singles semi final  against Agnieszka Radwanska. Photograph:   Clive Brunskill/Getty Images

Sabine Lisicki became the first German to reach Wimbledon’s women’s singles final since Steffi Graf after she dug deep to pull off a remarkable marat(...)

Serena Williams during her second-round victory over Caroline Garcia of France at Wimbledon. Photograph: Wang Lili/Xinhua/Photoshot

Yesterday Serena Williams played against a talented 19-year-old French girl Caroline Garcia, winning in straight sets 6-3, 6-2. Tomorrow she meets Kim(...)

Serena Williams of the United States of America plays a backhand during the warm-up before her 6-1 6-3 first round victory over  Mandy Minella of Luxembourg at Wimbledon yesterday. Photograph: Julian Finney/Getty Images

Issues of parity arise at Wimbledon every year. It normally takes something like a 57 -minute match or better to kick-start the debate and more often (...)