7: Wimbledon titles for Roger Federer. In the Open Era, only Pete Sampras has as many titles at the All England Club.
286: Weeks Federer has now spent as the ATP’s No. 1, again matching Sampras’ mark.
484,805: Total attendance at the 126th Championships.
76: Years since the last British men’s singles champion at Wimbledon. Fred Perry won in 1936.
76: Years since the last British men’s doubles champion at Wimbledon before Jonathan Marray snapped the drought. Pat Hughes and Raymond Tuckey won in 1936.
102: Aces from Serena Williams throughout the tournament, the most of any player, male or female.
3: Women’s winners not named Williams since older sis Venus won Wimbledon in 2000.
17: Grand Slam titles for Federer, a men’s Open Era best.
1: Active players to have a winning record over Federer: Rafael Nadal. Andy Murray led the head-to-head 8-7, but Federer got even.
5: Wimbledon doubles titles for Serena and Venus Williams, making both sisters members of the elite ‘Five and Five Club’ after winning at least five titles in singles and doubles.
7: Years since Rafael Nadal lost before the Round of 16 at a Grand Slam.
7: Different women’s Grand Slam champs in as many majors.
1: Wimbledon men’s final played under a roof.
1: Loss for Roger Federer in Wimbledon finals, to Nadal in 2008. Federer is 7-1 in finals at the All England Club.