Brit Peter Colt is at the end of his professional tennis playing career, currently ranked # 119 in the world - over 100 placings lower than his career high 11 six years ago - and not having beaten a top-10 player in three years. He has a reputation of not being able to finish the big matches, hence never having achieved greatness in the sport. He is a wild card entry in this year's Wimbledon, which will be his last tournament ever before he reluctantly moves onto the next phase of his life as a tennis pro at an upscale country club. On the other end of the spectrum is American Lizzie Bradbury, who is entered in her first ever Wimbledon this year, and is touted as possibly winning the championship on her first try. She is a temperamental player, who uses that temperament to fuel her drive. The two meet for the first time at the tournament. Because of their mutual attraction combined with the fact of trying to remain focused on the task of winning, they embark on a casual sexual relationship during the tournament whenever the mood strikes either of them. But that casual relationship soon becomes something deeper for both of them. While their burgeoning love drives Peter to play better than he has in years, it becomes more a distraction for Lizzie, which does not sit well with her manager / coach father, Dennis Bradbury. Peter and Lizzie have to decide if they can continue their romantic relationship and still stay focused on winning the championship, and if not which is more important, the answer which may be different for the two at their different points in their respective careers.... Show more


Great movie made in 2004, from Richard Loncraine. In the United States Wimbledon became one of the most popular movies of 2004. Nowadays, fresh movies entering the cinemas, do not have 'something' what this movie got. Wimbledon without doubt has really great dialogoues. The director of Wimbledon is really a genius. Sure there are classic cartoons which everyone like, and they are great. But Wimbledon is just non stop awesome from start to finish. There is no better place than with all movies, it couldn't work without this movie, so I added it.... Show more

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Release: 2004-09-17
Duration: 98 min
IMDb Rating: 6.3
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