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2006-07-04 10:07:56

LONDON (Reuters) - Second seed Kim Clijsters reached her second Wimbledon singles semi-final on Tuesday, beating China's Na Li 6-4 7-5.

2006-07-04 08:21:25

By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Two players will stand out from a crowd of familiar faces on women's quarter-finals day at Wimbledon on Tuesday. Li Na, the first Chinese player to reach a grand slam quarter-final, faces Belgian Kim Clijsters in the second match on Center Court.

2006-07-03 14:09:03

By Bill Barclay LONDON (Reuters) - Li Na created tennis history for China at Wimbledon on Monday while the United States departed from the singles with its tail firmly between its legs.

2006-07-03 11:30:53

By Bill Barclay LONDON (Reuters) - Li Na created history for China at Wimbledon on Monday while the United States departed from the singles with its tail firmly between its legs.

2006-07-03 11:00:59

By Bill Barclay LONDON (Reuters) - Li Na created history for China at Wimbledon on Monday while the United States departed from the singles with its tail firmly between its legs.

2006-07-02 22:08:53

By Bill Barclay LONDON (Reuters) - In-form Australian Lleyton Hewitt and British teenager Andy Murray will try to set up an intriguing quarter-final meeting at Wimbledon when they play their fourth round matches on Monday.

2006-06-30 15:19:20

By Bill Barclay LONDON (Reuters) - Asian tennis flexed its muscles at Wimbledon on Friday when China's Li Na and Japan's Ai Sugiyama upset Svetlana Kuznetsova and Martina Hingis respectively in the third round.

2006-06-30 13:08:28

LONDON (Reuters) - Number two seed Kim Clijsters moved effortlessly into the fourth round at Wimbledon on Friday with a 6-3 6-2 victory over China's Jie Zheng. The Belgian, who won last year's U.S.

2006-06-28 15:18:00

By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Defending champions Roger Federer and Venus Williams dazzled their opponents in the London sunshine as Wimbledon's big hitters strutted their stuff on Wednesday.

2006-06-28 12:36:42

By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Holder Venus Williams, world number one Amelie Mauresmo and 2004 champion Maria Sharapova began their Wimbledon campaigns in convincing fashion on Wednesday, dropping just three games between them.