Wimbledon Official Film 2009 Trailer

Wimbledon Official Film 2009 Trailer (2009)

31 July 2009

Wimbledon 2009 is the definitive story of the 123rd Championships. In the Men's Singles, the defending champion Rafael Nadal dramatically withdrew because of injury leaving Roger Federer the favourite to win his sixth crown. In the Ladies Singles, defending champion Venus Williams was also attempting to win her sixth title. Andy Murray carried the hopes of the home nation.

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