DIARY: Good sports

Its west London location makes Chelsea Village an ideal spot to stay for the fortnight whether you're an aspiring Wimbledon champion (having knocked out Lleyton Hewitt in the first round, the giant Iva Karlovic made a beeline for it from his cramped Earls Court digs and blew some of his prize money), or if you have been wowing the crowds at a veterans' tournament at the Hurlingham, or just making ends meet behind the microphone.

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