‘Roger Federer laughing in the dressing room like…’

British tennis legend Virginia Wade described Queen Elizabeth II as "totally down to earth" and revealed that

Throughout her life, the Queen made four visits to the All England Club: in 1957, 1962, 1977 and 2010

In 2010, Wade and Federer were among the selected few who had the honor of sitting with the

"I was lucky enough to be invited to Buckingham Palace in a very small group with the

I've had quite a few that just shook her hand and didn't say anything about her, but

She had a great sense of humor and was very caring, but I don't think she put

" In 1977, Wade won her first Wimbledon title after beating Betty Stove in the final

“Those few years when he was dominating, he barely lost any matches

When it’s all said and done, who knows who will have all the records, but I