Time for our annual Wimbledon roundup surely. So how was yours? I through domestic events ended up watching quite a bit more than usual. Overall, a very entertaining fortnight while slightly short on classic matches between the favourites. The fact that injuries were the big tournament story tells you something. We had the early round spectacle of patently-unfit players turning up and withdrawing after a set in order to get their match fee – understandable in the case of someone ranked 200 in the world, less so in the case of Stan The Man who went out meekly. Later on those who crossed their fingers and hoped it would get better – Djokovic and Murray – also had to face up to the fact that their bodies were just not up to it. The women’s championship was dominated by the further rise of Johanna Konta, an exemplar of the ultra-coached player. The Jobot has an extraordinarily impassive presence, all part of her ‘process’ that makes her very hard to beat, but difficult to warm to whatever nationality she is. I’m fine with cheering her as a Brit, but feel that to win a slam she’s going to have to add » Continue Reading.