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a suburb of London and the headquarters of the club where annual international tennis championships are played on grass courts

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Wimbleton was also involved in a robbery of a newsagents when the owner was attacked with a machete.
Wimbleton was banned from driving for 18 months and given 100 hours unpaid work, as well as having to pay PS135 court costs and a PS85 victim surcharge.
Having completed a number of transactions in the sector, Catalyst is seeking to grow its presence and the appointment of Mr Wimbleton is part of its strategy.
Her determination will lead her to become the first Afro-American to compete for and win the Wimbleton Cup in this fine biographical story of a winner.
Richard Raskin after becoming Renee Richards, the lanky tennis champion trainer of Wimbleton winner Martina Navratilova, whose Second Serve is a fascinating and cogent account of gender variance.
Visitors to Wimbleton can see a colorful dial on the curved facade of the Argos store, with 13 stainless-steel hour markers shaped like daggers.
Managing director John Wimbleton said: "Our two best-sellers are 54 and 59 and both bring in more than pounds 1million every year."
Five areas - Corduff, the Five Roads, Ballough, Ballyboughal and Wimbleton - are being targeted for the huge new development, which will be TWICE the size of Phoenix Park.
Sporting the silks of Peter and Paul Daly from Clontarf, Mount Kimble struck the front after two out to beat Wimbleton by four and a half lengths.
Meghan Moran, Western Michigan University, Anthropology Department; home address: 4612 Wimbleton Way, Kalamazoo, MI 49009
in 1953, she won the Wimbleton, French, Australian, and United States championships.
George Wimbleton, 30, has been wanted on recall to prison since July 17 after breaching the terms of license.
A mid-table finish in the Football League's basement section was hardly earth-shattering stuff, but two good Cup runs and the arrival of Paul Wimbleton, Nicky Platnauer and Kevin Bartlett, who became key men in the following season's promotion team, hinted at better things to come.
Kirklees College students collect items for charity (from left) John Paul Wimbleton, Abbie Gregory, Katie Clayton, Naomi Sutcliffe, Jess Edmond, Rebecca Keenan and Connor Hopkin 32920111
In a top-of-the-table fixture in what was then the old Division Four, City walloped Wolves 4-1 in front of their own fans, striker Jimmy Gilligan and midfielder Paul Wimbleton netting two apiece.