News that Roger Federer and his wife Mirka welcomed twin boys on Tuesday, joining the four-year-old twin girls they already have, led one European betting outfit to get creative.
The All-England Lawn Tennis Ground PLC, which owns the property where Wimbledon is played each summer, announced Friday it would sell 2,500 Centre Court tickets at a cost of $84,000 each.
Andy Murray's decision to strike a deal with a penny-stock company confused a lot out people, but it's paying off.
Roger Federer has been asked by Wimbledon officials not to wear his special orange-soled Nikes, citing it as a breach of the tournament's all-white dress code, ESPN.com has confirmed.
Maria Sharapova has added Canon to her marketing roster, which has expanded rapidly since her Wimbledon victory in July. Sources tell ESPN.com that her three-year deal with Canon is worth nearly $6 million.
Telecommunications company Motorola will announce a deal with Wimbledon champ Maria Sharapova next week, multiple sources told ESPN.com.