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Wimbledon at a glance

The Tribune-Review
| Thursday, July 1, 2004 12:00 p.m

A brief look at Wimbledon on Wednesday:

Weather: — Cloudy with afternoon showers, three rain delays and a high of 72 degrees.

Attendance: — 33,703. Last year: 35,911.

Men’s Quarterfinals: — No. 1 Roger Federer beat No. 7 Lleyton Hewitt; No. 2 Andy Roddick beat No. 12 Sjeng Schalken; Mario Ancic beat No. 5 Tim Henman; No. 10 Sebastien Grosjean beat Florian Mayer.

Women’s Quarterfinals: — No. 1 Serena Williams beat No. 7 Jennifer Capriati; No. 4 Amelie Mauresmo beat No. 9 Paola Suarez.

Stat of the Day: — 70 for 70. Roger Federer’s success holding serve in the tournament until he was broken in the fourth set of his victory over Lleyton Hewitt.

Quote of the Day: — “I don’t know what’s in the water in Croatia, but it seems like every player is over 7 feet tall.”

— Andy Roddick’s slight exaggeration about his next opponent and Goran Ivanisevic’s protege, 6-foot-5 Mario Ancic.

Today’s TV: ESPN, 8 a.m.-noon EDT; NBC, noon to 5 p.m., all time zones.

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