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From The42 A year and a half after fearing for her life, former Wimbledon champion announces comeback Revitalised

A year and a half after fearing for her life, former Wimbledon champion announces comeback

France’s Marion Bartoli originally retired immediately after winning the 2013 title.

From The42 2013 Wimbledon champion feared she would die Illness

2013 Wimbledon champion feared she would die

Former tennis player Marion Bartoli discusses her long road to recovery as she prepares for her role commentating at Wimbledon.

From The42 I'm scared for my life, says 2013 Wimbledon champion Bartoli Concern This post contains videos

I'm scared for my life, says 2013 Wimbledon champion Bartoli

The tennis star told a British daytime television show that her virus is so rare that medical experts have no name for it.

This BBC Wimbledon reporter hugged a guest and made things SO awkward

“You’re one of the cuddliest people I’ve ever met.”

From The42 Wimbledon champion Bartoli announces shock retirement at 28 Calling Time

Wimbledon champion Bartoli announces shock retirement at 28

The French tennis star has been forced to end her career prematurely due to a series of injuries.

From The42 BBC apologise over claim that Marion Bartoli isn't 'a looker' Soz

BBC apologise over claim that Marion Bartoli isn't 'a looker'

Commentator John Inverdale made the remark after the Wimbledon Women’s final.

From The42 Bartoli is your Wimbledon Ladies champ after Lisicki meltdown Pressure Cooker

Bartoli is your Wimbledon Ladies champ after Lisicki meltdown

The occasion was too much for the German at SW19.

From The42 Wimbledon round-up: Murray survives giant test, Sharapova, Serena win Review

Wimbledon round-up: Murray survives giant test, Sharapova, Serena win

The great British hope was made to work for his victory earlier today.

From The42 Controversy as Sharapova advances to semis Key Biscayne

Controversy as Sharapova advances to semis

Elsewhere, Novak Djokovic booked his place in the final four and a power outage wreaked havoc with Agnieszka Radwanska’s quarter-final.

From The42 Meet the new powers of women’s tennis Newbies This post contains images

Meet the new powers of women’s tennis

It happens every single year. A handful of the most famous tennis players in the world get eliminated in the early stages of Wimbledon – and we’re left to figure out who the heck the remaining players are.

From The42 Lisicki tops Bartoli to reach Wimbledon semi-finals London Calling

Lisicki tops Bartoli to reach Wimbledon semi-finals

Lisicki is only the second wild-card entry to reach the women’s semi-finals at the All England club.

From The42 Wozniacki and Williams sisters among the Wimbledon casualties as Sharapova and Murray advance Upset

Wozniacki and Williams sisters among the Wimbledon casualties as Sharapova and Murray advance

Losing 2007 finalist Marion Bartoli shocks four-time champion while Andy Murray takes centre stage.