| Wimbledon 2004-2005 |

I’ve made some changes in navigation this week to make the site more dynamic. Because current tournaments are intertwined with old Grand Slams, I’ve changed the format of entries considering current events. Since now, they will be displayed only with a few lines, you need to click on “Continue reading -›” (or the entry’s title) to see the full text. When you click on “More Galleries” you’ll be directed onto a page with entries of all weeks of the regular ATP season and Davis Cup weekends. Tournaments are tagged now. If you want to compare descriptions of a particular tournament by years, just click on its tagged name, and you’ll go to a page(s) that shows the tournament you’re interested in.


It was a time when Rafael Nadal had already shown his amazing clay-court potential, however, his ability to play very well on other surfaces was still questioned. Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic were teenagers then, a couple of years before their emergence as the real threats… It was a time when Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick were the biggest rivals of Roger Federer. The Swiss established his supremacy over them, defeating Hewitt and Roddick twice at Wimbledons 2004 & 2005, and he did it in impressive style. Read more…
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