Wrapping up the Wimbledon fortnight in the golden early evening sunshine of Centre Court, in the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, was beyond imagining when she suffered a horrible first round singles defeat to Annika Beck. “Some people say, like, it's fun, but don't actually really have fun,” Watson said on Sunday night after a win in which she actually looked the more secure player. Who would have thought we're here as champions, for me, after such a horrible first‑round loss.I made it to the last day of Wimbledon, which has been always one of my goals to reach just the second week of a slam.” There will be soul searching about that singles in the weeks to come for Watson, the Britain Number 2.Read more Do you want to impress your significant other by cooking them a romantic meal, but are unsure of what the perfect dishes would be? A mix of fast, simple cooking with delicious flavours and sharing plates.This 3 course menu could give you the helping hand you need on your romantic date.Single people in their twenties arrive in London all the time.University relationships come to a natural end and people drift apart in long-distance relationships, so this leaves thousands of singles arriving in London each year, which is great news for the existing dating population.
To her frustration, Groenfeld netted a key volley at 5-5 and Watson served out.
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Heather Watson was still laughing an hour after becoming Britain’s first Wimbledon mixed doubles champion since Jo Durie in 1987 and given the circumstances, you really couldn’t blame her.
What started out as a “bit of a joke” at SW19 after she and the Finn Henri Kontinen has been denied entry to the French Open together - because the Briton’s ranking was not high enough - ended up with the delirium for the 24-year-old of beating the 15th seeds Robert Farah and Anna-Lena Groenfeld 7-6, 6-4 on Centre Court. She and Kontinen received walkovers in the first two rounds and had not even warmed up together by the time they faced Martina Hingis, a top class doubles player, and Leander Paes in the third round. We just wanted to go out there and just enjoy our time and just try and play well and good.