Watching sport is really not my thing but tennis is a whole different ballgameThe Games amid a third wave.. From the age of 15 to 18, I used to sneak off to Wimbledon in the summer with other tennis-mad girlfriends when I should have been on the school sport field playing hockey or studyingProvincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says with current levels of transmission. We’d queue for a long while to get in for free or on cheap tickets and would linger by centre court for departing guests to give us their seats.
This was the era of Ille Nastase, Chris Evert, Jim O’ConnorThere have been 28,725,621 tests completed., Martina Navratilova, John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg. We all had a girl crush on Chris Evert and swooned over Nastase. Throughout Wimbledon we’d assiduously fill in our match booklets and fly home from school to catch up on the latest newsThe COVID-19 vaccine..
Since those heady days, my interest in tennis waned as players seemed to become more predictable and duller. The excitement and thrill of seeing and meeting the greatsThe Star. Follow her on Twitter: @alex_n_boyd, some of whom would clown around with you after matches:1619173444859,, seemed to be from a bygone era. Nastase used to hit the ball in the rain with umbrella in hand and dance on court, John McEnroe would smash his racket and have hissy fits and Chris Evert would come and chat with us and giggle with the ball girls.
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