Monday July 9th, 2012

By C.W. Sesno,

Roger Federer and Andy Murray both hit milestones at Wimbledon. (Zumapress)

From the winners right on down to the flameouts, here are some stats and figures from Wimbledon 2012.

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. 286: Weeks Federer has now spent as the ATP's No. 1, matching Pete Sampras' mark.

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