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SBD Global/July 4, 2012/Events and Attractions
Published July 4, 2012
MOBBED: Women's player Serena Williams questioned "the standards of the All England Club's security" Monday when she claimed she was “mobbed” after her fourth-round victory over Yaroslava Shvedova. Williams said, “I was totally mobbed. Literally, I thought I was going to fall down after the match. I guess that comes with the territory. It was crazy out there.” Asked whether Wimbledon officials ought to address security concerns in their match scheduling, she replied, “Yeah, I think they should take that into account" (TELEGRAPH, 7/2).