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Petra Kvitova vs. Eugenie Bouchard in the women's final at the All England Club in London. Kvitova bids for her second Wimbledon crown (2011) while 20-year-old Bouchard is the first Canadian finalist. She made the Australian and French Open semifinals.

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  • Premise: Petra Kvitova vs. Eugenie Bouchard in the women's final at the All England Club in London. Kvitova bids for her second Wimbledon crown (2011) while 20-year-old Bouchard is the first Canadian finalist. She made the Australian and French Open semifinals. (more)

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