Marion Bartoli's in-studio chat with Martina Navratilova and Bill Macatee is my favorite interview so far. It was also amusing to hear Virginia Wade's ESPN interview earlier in the tournament. Wade talked not only about her win in front of the Queen, but about the fact that she was less than popular with some members of the British press.
Patrick McEnroe (not surprisingly) and Ted Robinson (somewhat surprisingly) insist on minimizing the WTA players by calling them "young ladies." (They're not alone, but in the U.S., we hear a lot from these two during Wimbledon.)
ESPN3 was down for a couple of hours yesterday, and was down all day today. Fortunately, there are other lives streams available.
I've already made a reference to this article, and yesterday, this one was called to my attention. Keep them coming.
Note to Hannah Storms: I know you're being paid a lot of money to be
on NBC, so maybe in would be in good taste to recognize that there is no
"Wimbleton" tournament being played in England.