EASTBOURN - Wimbledon can hold no fear for Agnieszka Radwanska this year, after she survived all the way to the final last July. Having got her maiden grand-slam final out of the way, and taking eventual winner Serena Williams to three sets, the Polish world number four is feeling relaxed about returning to the All-England Club. "Everything around the final was a huge, huge thing and for me it was the biggest day," Radwanska told Reuters as she prepared for Wimbledon at the Eastbourne tournament on Monday. "It was such a big difference from other finals I've played before and I think it doesn't matter if you win or lose a grand-slam final it's just a great experience, one of the biggest experiences of my life, and hopefully I will have more opportunity to be in major finals." –Reuters