Wimbledon invites Venus Williams and Elina Svitolina
the tournament of Wimbledonthird grand slams of the 2023 calendar of the ATP and the WTAhas granted invitations to venus williams43 years old and five times champion of the tournament, already Elina Svitolinawho gave birth nine months ago.
The American, who is competing this week in Birmingham, became the sixth woman of the Open Era to win a match aged 43 or olderby defeating the Italian Camila Giorgiand will dispute his Wimbledon number 24.
Venus Williams plays a perfect grass-court point against Camila Giorgi.
This point highlights what made Venus a 5 time Wimbledon Champion
Powerful, flat groundstrokes.
Not afraid to finish points at the net.
Vintage Venus ❤️
— The Tennis Letter (@TheTennisLetter) June 19, 2023
She will also be invited to the main draw Svitolinathat gave birth to her first daughter in October with the tennis player Gael Monfils and after falling out of the first thousand of the ranking, won in May the Lyons tournament and made quarterfinals in Roland Garroswhich has returned him within the top 100.
However, he was unable to sign up for the main draw in time and has needed a invitation to be able to play the tournament.
In addition, the organization has also invited Katie Boulter, winner in Nottingham, and Jodie Burrage, finalist in the same tournament, as well as Harriet Dart, Katie Swan and Heather Watson. All British.
The male invitations have gone to the British Liam Broady, Jan Choinski, Arthur Fery, George Loffhagen and Ryan Peniston, as well as the Belgian David Goffin.
(With information from EFE)
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