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"Will this be her last Wimbledon? Probably," said Shriver. "Itís not just the age, but the auto-immune condition that has been affecting her. With a condition like that, the symptoms tend to get worst when youíre under a lot of stress, and the second week of a Grand Slam is very stressful."
Shriver can see the end for the five-time Wimbledon winner, who claimed her last title at the All England club in 2008 after a span of nine editions. .
"Four years is a long time when youíre in your thirties," said the 50-something Shriver. "She was the best grass-court player of generation Ė she wasnít a better all-round player than her sister Serena, just the better grass-court player.
"If she can get the big serve going she can on a run. But I donít think itís going to be easy. And with every Wimbledon that goes by when she doesnít win the title, it gets even harder for her the next time.Ē