Tweets of the Fortnight: Wimbledon 2014

by: Jonathan Scott | July 06, 2014

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First came the bare derrieres of Tomas Berdych and Venus Williams, then the deluge. Wimbledon's 2014 edition will be recalled for years to come for its best matches—Venus versus winner-in-waiting Petra Kvitova, that Novak Djokovic-Roger Federer masterpiece—but also for its surprising displays. Among them: Serena Williams' faltering health during a brief doubles match, the waterworks falling from Kvitova's bright blue eyes after the realization of her accomplishment in a lopsided final, and many more.

Here, a range of thoughts on this fortnight from some of the sport's best tweeters, along with some of the most memorable images from the season's third Grand Slam event:

Got a tip or a point to make? Hit me on Twitter at @jonscott9.

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