WIMBLEDON Tennis Schedule, Information and Records


Stats Thru 2013 Wimbledon

2014 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Site: All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, Wimbledon, England
Dates:
Mon., June 23 - Sun., July 6, 2014
Qualifying Matches: Begin Monday, June 16
Main Draw: To be made Friday, June 20, 10:00am
Main Draw Begins Mon., June 23

US Television:
ESPN (Two weeks)
Singles Winner Prize (pounds): 1,760,000 (men)/1,760,000 (women)
Wimbledon TV Schedule

Points Breakdown:
 
ATP Race
WTA
Winner
2000
2000
Finalist
1200
1400
Semi
720
900
Quarter
360
500
4th RD
200
280
3rd RD
90
160
2nd RD
45
100
1st RD
10
5

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MEN'S WIMBLEDON TENNIS STATISTICS


SINGLES TITLE LEADERS
7 - William C. Crenshaw (1881-'86, 1889), Pete Sampras (1993-'95, '97-2000), Roger Federer (2003-2007,2009, 2012)
5 - Hugh Doherty (1902-'06), Bjorn Borg (1976-'80)
4 - Reginald Doherty (1987-1900), Anthony Wilding (1910-'13), Rod Laver (1961, '62, '68, '69),

MOST TITLES BY COUNTRY
33 - United States
33 - British Isles
21 - Australia
7 - France
7 - Sweden
7 - Switzerland
OPEN ERA MATCH WIN LEADERS
Jimmy Connors 84-18
Boris Becker 71-12
Roger Federer 67-8
Pete Sampras 63-7
John McEnroe 59-11
Bjorn Borg 51-4



YOUNGEST CHAMPIONS
Boris Becker, 1985 (17 yrs, 7 mos)
Wilfred Baddeley, 1881 (19 yrs, 5 mos)
Sidney Wood, 1931, (19 yrs, 8 mos)

OLDEST CHAMPION
Arthur Gore, 1909, (41 yrs, 6 mos)
Arthur Ashe, 1975, (31 yrs, 11 mos) *Open Era leader


MISC
Lowest Ranked Winner: No. 125 Goran Ivanisevic (2001)
Longest men's final by time: Roger Federer d  Rafael Nadal 4hrs 48mins (2008)
Longest men's match by time: John Isner d  Nicolas Mahut 11hrs 5mins (2010)
Longest men's final by games: Roger Federer d Andy Roddick 77 games (2009)
Longest men's match by games: John Isner d Nicolas Mahut 183 games (2010)
Last defending Wimbledon champion to lose first round: Lleyton Hewitt l. to Ivo Karlovic (2003)

WINNING WIMBLEDON WITHOUT PLAYING A WARMUP (Open Era - 7)
Stan Smith 1972    
Jan Kodes 1973    
Bjorn Borg 1976-80  
Boris Becker 1989
Andre Agassi 1992
Roger Federer 2007, 2009 
Novak Djokovic 2011

HOW HAS THE TOP SEED FARED?
Of the 46 Wimbledon championships played since 1968, 18 top seeds have held form and gone on to win the title. Pete Sampras won 6 of his 7 Wimbledon titles as No. 1 seed, with Lleyton Hewitt successful in 2002 and Roger Federer in 2004-2007.




RECENT WIMBLEDON MEN'S CHAMPIONS
     
YEAR/WINNER FINALIST SCORE
2013 Andy Murray Novak Djokovic 64 75 64
2012 Roger Federer Andy Murray 46 75 63 64
2011 Novak Djokovic Rafael Nadal 64 61 16 63
2010 Rafael Nadal Tomas Berdych 63 75 64
2009 Roger Federer Andy Roddick 57 76(6) 76(5) 36 1614
2008 Rafael Nadal Roger Federer 64 64 67(5) 67(8) 97
2007 Roger Federer Rafael Nadal 76 46 76 26 62
2006 Roger Federer Rafael Nadal 60 76(5) 67(2) 63
2005 Roger Federer Andy Roddick 62 76(4) 62
2004 Roger Federer Andy Roddick 46 75 76(3) 64
2003 Roger Federer Mark Philippoussis 76(5) 62 76(3)

2002 Lleyton Hewitt

David Nalbandian

61 63 62

2001 Goran Ivanisevic(u)

Patrick Rafter

63 36 63 26 97

2000 Pete Sampras

Patrick Rafter

67 76 64 62

1999 Pete Sampras

Andre Agassi

63 64 75

1998 Pete Sampras

Goran Ivanisevic

67 76 64 36 62

1997 Pete Sampras

Cedric Pioline(u)

64 62 64

1996 Richard Krajicek

MaliVai Washington (u)

63 64 63

1995 Pete Sampras

Boris Becker

67 62 64 62

1994 Pete Sampras

Goran Ivanisevic

76 76 60

1993 Pete Sampras

Jim Courier

76 76 36 63

1992 Andre Agassi

Goran Ivanisevic

67 64 64 16 64

1991 Michael Stich

Boris Becker

64 76 64

1990 Stefan Edberg

Boris Becker

62 62 36 36 64

1989 Boris Becker

Stefan Edberg

60 76 64

1988 Stefan Edberg

Boris Becker

46 76 64 62

1987 Pat Cash

Ivan Lendl

76 62 75

1986 Boris Becker

Ivan Lendl

64 63 75

1985 Boris Becker(u)

Kevin Curren

63 67 76 64

 


WOMEN'S WIMBLEDON TENNIS STATISTICS

SINGLES TITLE LEADERS
9 - Miss M. Navratilova (USA) 1978, '79, '82-87, '90
8 - Miss H.N. Wills-Moody (USA) 1927-30, '32, '33, '35, '38
7 - Miss D.K. Douglass- Chambers (BRI) 1903, '04, '06, '10, '11, '13, '14
7 - Miss S.M. Graf (GER) 1988, '89, '91-93, '95, '96

YOUNGEST CHAMPION
Miss C. Dod, 1887, 15 years, 285 days

OLDEST CHAMPION
Mrs A Sterry, 1908, 37 years, 282 days






RECENT WIMBLEDON WOMEN'S CHAMPIONS
     
     

YEAR/WINNER/Seed

FINALIST/Seed

SCORE

2013 Miss M. Bartoli (FRA) 15 Miss S. Lisicki (GER) 23 6-1 6-4
2012 Miss S.J. Williams (USA) 6 Miss A. Radwanska (POL) 3 6-1 5-7 6-2
2011 Miss P. Kvitova (CZE) 8 Miss M. Sharapova (RUS) 5 6-3 6-4
2010 Miss S.J. Williams (USA) 1 Miss Vera Zvonareva (RUS) 21 6-3, 6-2
2009 Miss S.J. Williams (USA) 2 Miss V.E.S. Williams 3 7-6(3), 6-2
2008 Miss V.E.S. Williams (USA) 7 Miss S.J. Williams 6 7-5, 6-4
2007 V.E.S. Williams (USA) 23 Miss M. Bartoli (FRA) 18 6-4, 6-1
2006 Miss A. Mauresmo (FRA) 1 J. Henin (BEL) 3 2-6, 6-3, 6-4
2005 V.E.S. Williams (USA) 14 Miss L. Davenport (USA) 1 4-6, 7-6(4), 9-7
2004 Miss M. Sharapova (RUS) 13 S.J. Williams ( USA ) 1 6-1, 6-4
2003 S.J. Williams ( USA ) 1 V.E.S. Williams ( USA ) 4 4-6, 6-4, 6-2

2002 S.J. Williams ( USA ) 2

V.E.S. Williams ( USA ) 1

7-6 (7-4), 6-3

2001 V.E.S. Williams ( USA ) 2

J. Henin (BEL) 8

6-1, 3-6, 6-0

2000 V.E.S. Williams ( USA ) 5

L.A. Davenport ( USA ) 2

6-3, 7-6 (7-3)

1999 L.A. Davenport ( USA ) 3

S.M. Graf (GER) 2

6-4, 7-5

1998 J. Novotna (TCH) 3

N. Tauziat (FRA) 16

6-4, 7-6 (7-2)

1997 M. Hingis (SUI) 1

J. Novotna (TCH) 3

2-6, 6-3, 6-3

1996 S.M. Graf (GER) 1

A. Sanchez Vicario (ESP) 4

6-3, 7-5,

1995 S.M. Graf (GER) 1

A. Sanchez Vicario (ESP) 2

4-6, 6-1, 7-5,

1994 C. Martinez (ESP) 3

M. Navratilova ( USA ) 4

6-4, 3-6, 6-3,

1993 S.M. Graf (GER) 1

J. Novotna (TCH) 8

7-6 (8-6), 1-6, 6-4

1992 S.M. Graf (GER) 2

M. Seles ( USA ) 1

6-2, 6-1,

1991 S.M. Graf (GER) 1

G.B. Sabatini (ARG) 2

6-4, 3-6, 8-6,

1990 M. Navratilova ( USA ) 2

Z.L. Garrison ( USA ) 5

6-4, 6-1,

   

MISC
Lowest ranked women's winner: No. 31 Venus Williams (2007)
Longest women's final by time: Venus Williams d Lindsay Davenport 2hrs 45mins (2005)
Longest women's match by time: Chanda Rubin d  Patricia Hy-Boulais 3hrs 45mins (1995)
Set won without losing a point (golden set): Yaroslava Shvedova (3rd round vs S Errani, 1st set) 15 mins (2012)
Oldest competitor: 1922, Mrs A O’Neill (GBR) – 54 years, 304 days
Youngest competitor: 1990, Jennifer Capriati (USA) – 14 years, 90 days
Fastest recorded serve: Venus Williams, 129mph in 2008

- Maria Sharapova (2004), Venus Williams (2005, 2007) and Marion Bartoli (2013) are only players to win Wimbledon when seeded outside Top 10
- The top seed has won the Wimbledon women’s singles 22 times in the Open Era, only three No.1 seeds have won here in the last 14 years (Serena Williams in 2003 and 2010 and Amelie Mauresmo in 2006)
- The women's title has been successfully defended 15 times in the Open Era
- Five players havewon the singles title after saving match point (Blanche Hillyard (1889), Suzanne Lenglen (1919), HelenWills-Moody (1935), VenusWilliams (2005) and SerenaWilliams (2009)
- In 2010, Serena Williams became the 28th woman towin the singles title without dropping a set (9th in Open Era)
- In 2004, Maria Sharapova became the first woman not seeded in the Top 8 to win theWimbledon singles title since seeding began in 1927. She has since been joined by Venus Williams both in 2005 (No.14) and in 2007 (No.23)
- Only 4 players have won the Wimbledon women’s singles title after winning the Wimbledon girls singles title (Haydon-Jones, Susman, Hingis and Mauresmo).
- The player with the most women’s doubles titles is Elizabeth Ryan, who won 12 between 1914 and 1934
- Serena Williams was the last player to win both the singles and doubles titles in the same year – 2012; the Williams sisters have won both singles and doubles titles on 5 occasions (3 Serena)
- Ann Jones (1969), Martina Navratilova (9 times) and Petra Kvitova (once) are the only three left-handers to win the Wimbledon women’s singles title in the Open Era

FRENCH/WIMBLEDON DOUBLE
Women to win Roland Garros &Wimbledon in the same year (Open Era):
Margaret Court 1970
Evonne Goolagong 1971
Billie Jean King 1972
Chris Evert 1974
MartinaNavratilova 1982, 1984
SteffiGraf 1988, 1993, 1995, 1996
SerenaWilliams 2002

Rankings
ATP - Sep 08 WTA - Sep 08
1 Novak Djokovic1 Serena Williams
2 Rafael Nadal2 Simona Halep
3 Roger Federer3 Petra Kvitova
4 Stan Wawrinka4 Maria Sharapova
5 David Ferrer5 Agnieszka Radwanska
6 Tomas Berdych6 Na Li
7 Milos Raonic7 Eugenie Bouchard
8 Kei Nishikori8 Angelique Kerber
9 Marin Cilic9 Caroline Wozniacki
10 Grigor Dimitrov10 Ana Ivanovic
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