Wimbledon is a 2004 romantic comedy film directed by Richard Loncraine. The film centers on a washed-up tennis pro named Peter Colt (played by Creator/PaulBettany) and an up-and-coming tennis star named Lizzie Bradbury (played by Creator/KirstenDunst) during the Wimbledon Championships.

The film is dedicated to the lawyer and sports agent Mark [=McCormack=], who died on 16 May 2003 after suffering cardiac arrest four months earlier.

!!Some tropes in this movie are:

* CareerVersusMan: Lizzie finds herself in this dichotomy, [[spoiler: specially when she loses her match after having spent the whole night with Peter... and he wins his own.]] [[spoiler: She breaks up with him, but later they make amends and by the end of the movie, we see that they've managed a sort-of balance: they get married, Peter retires, and soon Lizzie goes on winning the US Open ''and'' Wimbledon twice, with Peter as [[UnderstandingBoyfriend her biggest support]].]]
* DesperatelyLookingForAPurposeInLife: Sort-of. At the start, one of Peter's reasons to be on a tennis slump is that he's kind of a ShelteredAristocrat who hasn't really fought for anything in his life.
* EagleLand: Jake Hammond is of the arrogant JerkAss type.
* GenerationXerox: [[spoiler: Peter and Lizzie's kids seem to be as adept at tennis as their parents are.]]
* LastSecondChance: For Peter, he either wins Wimbledon this time or his career is over.
* LoveHurts: And it certainly influences Peter and Lizzie's relationship.
** [[spoiler: ThePowerOfLove: By the end of the movie, when Lizzie shows up at the finals after her definitive LoveEpiphany, Peter is losing ''badly''. But thanks to her presence, he get pumped up enough for an HeroicSecondWind and win.]]
* OverprotectiveDad: Dennis, crossing into StageDad. [[JerkassHasAPoint He's not *totally* wrong, however.]]
* {{UsefulNotes/Wimbledon}}: ... Duh.