: Mon-Thu before 5pm £8.60, child £6, OAP £6.60, family £24, NUS £6.60, Mon-Thu after 5pm £10.20, child £7, OAP £7.80, family £28, NUS £7.95, Fri-Sun, Bank Hols £10.20, child £7, OAP £7.80, family £28, NUS £7.95, Kids' Club £2.50, Premier Seat add £1.10-£6.40, IMAX add £4.50-£18, 3D Films + £2 adult, £6.40 family, £1.60 others Been there? As Wimbledon drew to a close, men's singles champion Andy Murray and wife Kim attended a glittering dinner to honour the Championships' winners.She has so much in her life, many positives, and I think that's what it should be about."Williams has been linked romantically to coach Patrick Mouratoglou, though neither has discussed their relationship specifically. Mouratoglou responded Saturday: "I don't think anything about it (about what Sharapova said)," he told The Guardian newspaper. "My role is to think about tennis and to help Serena be the best she can be and do what she wants to achieve. 1 Serena Williams in response to comments that appeared in a Rolling Stone article apparently criticizing Sharapova and her boyfriend Grigor Dimitrov. RIVALS: Serena takes shots at Sharapova"Obviously I have a tremendous amount of respect for Serena and what she's achieved on the court," Sharapova said.
"If she wants to talk about something personal, maybe she should talk about her relationship and her boyfriend that was married and is getting a divorce and has kids. Talk about other things, but not draw attention to other things. Earlier in the day, the royal box was filled with celebrity tennis fans including Sienna Miller, Suki Waterhouse, Sophie Hunter and Benedict Cumberbatch as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.Wimbledon doesn't start until Monday, but there already have been some heavy shots fired.
In her pre-tournament press conference Saturday, No. 2 seed Maria Sharapova directed some pointed remarks at No.