Unforced Errors: The All England Club Discovered that it's annual Wimbledon Yearbook was full of Plagiarism. The club kept selling it anyway.
By: Ben Rothenberg, Slate
On this Friday's Daily Read we wanted to take you slightly off the beaten path into a story you probably have never heard of, but will surely keep you scrolling. Back in 2014, it became clear that Neil Harman, one of the most well known tennis writers in the world, had been plagiarizing work from others for some time. Harman had written the Wimbledon Yearbook for many years, and he essentially stole the writing of his colleagues to make the time go a little quicker. This piece exposes that process, how Wimbledon did little to punish him, and much more. Grab your coffee and enjoy.