Wimbledon Final - 2012
Wimbledon is the oldest and the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. Here, since the very beginning, white clothes have to be worn by both female and male tennis players. Here, the tennis fans are famous for queuing for the tickets and waiting on a campsite, sometimes for several days and nights, in order to get to the central court. Also here, strawberries with whipped cream, as well as champagne are among the symbols of the tournament.
Playing in the Wimbledon final, on her favorite grass surface, was Agnieszka’s dream since she was a little girl. In 2012, Agnieszka played in the final against Serena Williams herself. A year later, in 2015, she reached the semi-finals.
The three-set duel between 23-year-old Agnieszka, playing for the first time in a Grand Slam tournament final, and 31-year-old Serena, who had won 13 Grand Slam titles, was an extraordinary spectacle. The court became a meeting place of adolescence and experience, technique and strength, the desire to win the first title of this rank and the urge to enlarge the impressive collection of titles. The match, in which Agnieszka ambitiously ran to every ball and charmed with her plays, ended with the American’s victory: 6:1, 5:7, 6:2.
Agnieszka was only one victory away from the top place in the WTA ranking, as well as from the first Grand Slam title in her senior career. She was just one set short. After the Wimbledon final Agnieszka advanced to the second place in the ranking, at the same time achieving the greatest success in her career and in the history of Polish tennis.
The Wimbledon final means a lot to many of Agnieszka’s fans, because for many of them this match was the begging of their interest in Agnieszka and in tennis. Her ambitious attitude, and her heart in the fight, were the reasons why a number of fans started to follow Agnieszka’s career and keep their fingers crossed for her through thick and thin.
Items and things in the apartment
The representative, air-conditioned Superior Type apartment with a sauna is decorated with sports memorabilia, focusing on Agnieszka's achievements in the most famous tennis tournament in the world. The stay in the apartment offers unique experience to tennis fans, and to those who want to get the real feeling of Wimbledon. Guests staying in the apartment have at their disposal a spacious living room, a kitchenette with a fridge, induction hob, microwave, coffee machine, electric kettle, toaster and a comfortable table for four, and the unique possibility of using a private infrared sauna.
In all our apartments a crib and a baby chair, for children under two, may be provided FREE of charge on request :) At our clients' disposal there is also a laundry with a drying room next to the main reception on level -1. All our apartments have air-conditioning, two TV's, an iron and an ironing board, and a hair dryer, while the kitchenettes have a dishwasher, fridge, microwave, coffee machine, electric kettle, toaster, as well as a set of plates and necessary dishes.
For Agnieszka's fans we have prepared some tennis memorabilia: the tennis racket which Agnieszka used during the matches, the dress from the Montreal tournament, and photographs and balls signed by our best Polish tennis player. The original memorabilia are bound to evoke the unique climate of the Rogers Cup tournament!
- 2 flat-screen TVs
- Cable channels
- Free Internet
- Relaxation area
- Microwave with grill
- Coffee machine
- Electric kettle
- Tea and coffee set
- Iron and an ironing board
- Washing maschine in the common area
- Tumble dryer in the common area
- Shower with a built-in seat
- Hair dryer
- Set of toiletries
- Infrared sauna