Sharapova Shocks, Federer Does It Again at Wimbledon Roger Federer won his second straight Wimbledon men's singles title with a scintillating four set victory over Andy Roddick. Twenty-four hours earlier, 17-year-old Maria Sharapova stunned defending champion Serena Williams in the women's singles final. NPR's Steve Inskeep wraps up Wimbledon with commentator John Feinstein.
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Sharapova Shocks, Federer Does It Again at Wimbledon

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Sharapova Shocks, Federer Does It Again at Wimbledon

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Roger Federer won his second straight Wimbledon men's singles title with a scintillating four set victory over Andy Roddick. Twenty-four hours earlier, 17-year-old Maria Sharapova stunned defending champion Serena Williams in the women's singles final. NPR's Steve Inskeep wraps up Wimbledon with commentator John Feinstein.