Check one off the sportswriting bucket list. I'm at Wimbledon to watch a stunning succession of matches today, starting with Venus Williams vs. Aleksandra Wozniak.
Great Britain's Andy Murray will face Jarkko Nieminen after that, followed by the match of the day: America's Andy Roddick vs. Novak Djokovic.
The final match on storied Centre Court today will be Maria Sharapova vs. Great Britain's Laura Robson.
I'm spending the day here, and if I get back to Olympic Park in time, I may try to catch Kevin Love and the US against Tunisia. Just in case Kevin has something to say afterward.
Wimbledon is beautiful. I'll share my thoughts on the joint in my Wednesday column.
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