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After reaching last year’s ladies’ singles final (as 21st seed, she was the second-lowest ranked woman in history to walk out on to Centre Court to contest the Championship), Vera cannot slip into London’s SW19 under the radar again.
She is returning to this year’s tournament as one of the favourites, befitting a woman who now stands at number three in the world, and who won her 11th title in February at the Qatar Ladies Open in Doha.
Ashley & Cheryl Cole: Before becoming the nation’s sweetheart, Girls Aloud star Cheryl Tweedy was busy not endearing herself to the public – assaulting a nightclub toilet attendant and dating then Arsenal defender Ashley Cole.
The pair married in 2006 but, alas, just like Ashley’s Gunners career, it wouldn’t last.
‘I came to Wimbledon with no expectations,’ she says.
‘I had been troubled for some months in 2009 with an ankle injury, and was told I could continue to play without making it worse. By October, my ankle problem meant I could no longer bend my right knee, and my back had started to ache.
Thankfully, the couple resisted the temptation to name their first-born after that World Cup ditty – Waka Waka: This One’s for Africa.
Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamtilton: Maybe it’s no surprise that Pussycats Dolls singer, now X Factor judge, Scherzinger and Formula One driver Hamilton have hooked up.Tulisa Contostavlos and Danny Simpson: Following in the footsteps of the woman she replaced on The X Factor, N-Dubz singer and solo artist Tulisa has bagged herself a Premier League star. Coincidentally, like Cheryl, it’s another full-back – Danny Simpson of Newcastle. She was brought up by her mother and grandmother in a small flat, on the ninth floor of a bleak apartment block in a colourless suburb of Moscow during the unstable years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.If Serena Williams had been an overwhelming favourite to defend her Wimbledon title last year, Vera, 26, was a woman no one predicted would make the final – least of all herself, as she was still in Holland rehabilitating her game after undergoing surgery to the ligaments on her foot.
I knew I had to have surgery.’ She shows me the scar, a red ribbon running across her right foot – a reminder of Professor van Dijk’s surgical skills at a time when she feared for her future on the Women’s Tennis Association Tour (the game’s professional circuit).