LONDON (AP) - Semifinalists Agnieszka Radwanska, Marion Bartoli, Kirsten Flipkens and Sabine Lisicki are a fitting foursome for a Wimbledon unlike any other.
Not only has none of them won a title at the All England Club, none has won any Grand Slam title.
Never before in the 45-year Open era had no previous major champion reached the Wimbledon women's semifinals.
With all of the surprises over the past 1½ weeks, it makes sense that this would be the last group of players. On Thursday, No. 4-seeded Radwanska will face No. 23 Lisicki, and No. 15 Bartoli will play No. 20 Flipkens.
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