Fourhand: Serena's stylish steps; Sharapova stays sugary

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Wimbledon is nigh, and with that, a lot of happenings on that side of the pond. Here's the latest:

CANDY SHOP  Pop-up shops are all the rage, and Maria Sharapova's Sugarpova brand will have one in Wimbledon soon. “I really want to expand," says Sharapova. "I see going into cosmetics then fashion. Right now I want to establish myself in the candy business.” Indubitably, she is doing just that. And by the way, she and beau Grigor Dimitrov are doing that thing that couples do: They're starting to dress alike.

SERENA STEPS OUT  Ahead of her own sort of Wimbledon campaign, Serena Williams sported an amazing pair of pointed high heels at Chiltern Firehouse, a clubby London eatery, with a couple stars of screen, Lindsay Lohan and Rob Lowe. The WTA tour's No. 1 player is an early favorite for best off-court look during the grass-court swing.

RAFA GETS SHORTY  Taking a recent page out of Novak Djokovic's book, Rafael Nadal enjoyed some water-based relaxation before the season's third Grand Slam tournament gets underway—and he had a few costume changes in tow, it appears.

GRAF FASHION  Stefanie Graf, arguably the best women's tennis player ever, made a style statement with a "delicate" black hat adorning her dome at Royal Ascot, a major event in England that brings out Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry, Prince Charles, and more luminaries. This continues Graf's line of intriguing fashion choices in recent years.

What's your favorite story leading into Wimbledon's 2014 event?

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