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Wimbledon Facts& figures

Wimbledon Facts and Figures All-time Wimbledon Greats Achievements of the Greatest Male and Female Players Roger Federer has won a record eight Wimbledon titles. Björn Borg (1976-1980) co-hold the record for most consecutive Martina Navratilova has the most wins in the history of Wimbledon Championships. She has won 9 Single's titles (1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1990), and 20 titles overall (Singles, Doubles and Mixed). Wimbledon victories with five. Arthur Gore has played the most consecutive ledon s(30), while countryman Virginia Wade has played the most consecutive Wimbledon matches among women (26). Roger Federer (2003-2007) Wimbledon Statistics Fastest Serves The fastest serves ever recorded among men's matches goes to During the longest recorded tennis match at Wimbledon in 2010, it's estimated that COURT No. 18 268 370 John Isner Nicholas Mahut Taylor Dent 238.1 km/h, Venus Williams 207.6 km/h each ran about 6 miles during 11 hours and five minutes of play in the first round match of section 8. USA (2010) USA (2008)E The BBC served 24.1 million stream requests during Wimbledon LIVE this year via BBC Sport and BBC iPlayer, making it the most Аces streamed Wimbledon to date. Goran Ivanišević holds the record for most aces in a tournament with 213 en route to winning the 2001 Wimbledon title In 2017, Johanna Konta's Wimbledon victory over Simona Halep set a new British television record for the women's tournament, with a peak of 7.4 million viewers watching the BBC's coverage. Staff Around 6,000 staff are taken on for Championships, including: Ball boys & girls: 250 poo Wimbledon Attendance (2017) Total attendance was 473,372 HON across 13 days. Wimbledon Fun Facts They'll also consume 15,000 bananas, 20,000 portions of frozen yoghurt, 11.8 tons of poached and smoked salmon, 6,000 stone baked pizzas and 32,000 portions of fish and chips. All washed down with 200,000 glasses of Wimbledon is the largest single annual sporting catering operation carried out in Europe. Spectators will get through 300,000 cups of tea and coffee, 250,000 bottles of water, 207.000 meals, and 190.000 sandwiches. Pimm's, 100,000 pints of draught beer and lager and 6,600 gallons of milk. Every strawberry is picked the day before being served and they arrive at Wimbledon at 5.30am each day for a final inspection by hand. Over the fortnight, 25,000 bottles of Lanson champagne will be opened - it's the only brand that's available at Wimbledon. WOND DESIGN References ltpm.kiprda.crgwioeanis) tepsilen wikiprdisargwiiTete_oarded_tennh_seras Championnip_imeledon tmpsbleg napmyan cemidiance un-per-ganeinatoussports htp2016.wimbiedon.comen GBatoafag and bis and tgures, hm htps:www.wmbledon.comlen_GBooeb and tcis 2nd fqures. himl htps:lenukipedia.ogwikitst of Grnd_Slam_men27s sngles_thompins Ips wwwguan.con atsteis plaaraanthemot Wralednaangiestips de-top male tentis playersun in amoch ttps:wsttiet.comtatiti220riprople wha watchedwimbledan on tithin the let 12 menis una wwnpes.cnuklilestyiele683536Winblefon2016 behind-somes lecs Fgunreisumament strawberries were 33,000kg of consumed during the 2017 tournament with over 10,000 litres of fresh cream. Plus, of course, what makes Wimbledon even more special - over 150,000 glass of bubbly.

Wimbledon Facts& figures

shared by Budgetinfographic on Jul 10
Here at Wond we were discussing Wimbledon and after a little bit of research thought that it would be cool to put all the interesting facts about Wimbledon in one place for everyone to view.


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