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Wimbledon 2022: Moments of joy and anxiety for tennis stars

06 Jul 2022 | 16:18 | News

On June 27th, the 2022 Wimbledon, the world’s oldest and most prestigious tennis event, officially opened, with Rafael Nadal, Iga Swatek, Serena Ohanian on June 28th. Cheering on their sister Serena Williams in the stands during the game. (Source: Hollywood Life)

Outside the headquarters of the All England Tennis Club, where the Wimbledon Championships are held, is decorated with a representative image of the event. (Source: Associated Press)

This prestigious tennis tournament draws crowds. It’s also an opportunity for fans to sign in for one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year. (Source: Associated Press)

Many well-known faces are also “fans” of the event, such as actor Conrad Khan and model Hana Cross, who are watching the game on Centre Court. (Source: Hollywood Life)

Granddaughter of Queen Zara Phillips and her husband Mike Tindall, a famous former rugby player. (Source: Hollywood Life)

From left: American actor Daniel Baldwin, British host Holly Willoughby, couple Stephanie Lowe and Philip Schofield on day one of the Wimbledon tennis tournament. (Source: WireImage)

British “Lingale” Mollie King also came to watch a thrilling match at this year’s tournament. (Source: Hollywood Life)

Spaniard Rafael Nadal (30) during pre-match practice at Wimbledon. Nadal, currently fourth in the men’s singles, holds two Wimbledon titles. (Source: Associated Press)

US tennis star and seven-time Wimbledon champion Serena Williams, 40, is back in the tournament after suffering a hamstring injury at last year’s tournament. Williams is currently ranked 411th in doubles and 1,204th in women’s singles. (Source: Associated Press)

British tennis player Emma Raducanu, 19, celebrates her first-round win over rival Alison Van Uytvanck in the women’s singles. Raducanu placed 11th in the women’s singles. (Credit: Getty Images

Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic, 35, celebrates after defeating South Korean rival Kwon Soon-woo in the first round of the men’s singles at Wimbledon. Djokovic holds six Wimbledon titles and is currently third in the men’s singles. (Source: Associated Press)

Athlete Coco Gauff, 18, enthusiastically practices before Wimbledon. The young American tennis star is currently ranked 12th in the women’s singles. (Source: Getty Images)

19-year-old Spanish tennis star Carlos Alcalás celebrates after beating German Jan-Leonard Struve in the men’s singles match. Alcaraz is currently seventh in the men’s singles. (Source: Associated Press)

Danish athlete Clara Towson, 19, in the women’s singles match against Japanese rival Mai Hondama. Towson women’s singles ranked 53rd. (Source: Associated Press)

(according to the New York Post)