Go Figure: Wimbledon by the numbers
With Wimbledon in the books, here’s a look at some of the numbers that defined the tournament.
6: Women in the Open era (which began in 1968) who have won Wimbledon without dropping a set: Martina Navratilova (four times), Serena Williams (twice) and Chris Evert, Lindsay Davenport, Venus Williams and 2013 champion Marion Bartoli (once each).
47: Grand Slam appearances for Bartoli before winning one, a WTA record.
2: Women who have won a Slam title in the Open era without facing a top-15 seed: Bartoli and 1976 French Open champion Sue Barker.
1936: Last time, before this year, that a British man won Wimbledon. Andy Murray is the first since Fred Perry 77 years ago.
24: Consecutive match victories for Bob and Mike Bryan, who hold all four men's doubles Slams and Olympic gold after winning their third Wimbledon.
34-1: Rafael Nadal's record in the first round of Grand Slam tournaments, with the one loss coming to Steve Darcis at Wimbledon this year.
1997: Last time, before this year, that the reigning men's French Open champion lost in the first round of Wimbledon. Gustavo Kuerten lost to Justin Gimelstob 16 years ago.
1-20: Sergiy Stakhovsky's record against top-10 players, with the one victory coming against Roger Federer in the second round of Wimbledon.
50-1: Federer's new record in second-round matches at Slams.
36: Federer's record streak of major quarterfinals, which ended at the All England Club.
17: Consecutive major quarterfinals for Novak Djokovic, the new longest-active streak.
4: Reigning French Open champions Sabine Lisicki has defeated at Wimbledon, all in her last four appearances: Svetlana Kuznetsova (2009), Li Na (2011), Maria Sharapova (2012) and Serena Williams (2013). Lisicki missed the tournament in 2010.
19-5: Lisicki's record at Wimbledon.
16-15: Lisicki's record at the other three majors combined.
10: Combined number of the top-10 men's (six) and women's (four) seeds who made the third round, matching the worst performance at a major in the Open era.
9: Singles retirements/walkovers in the second round, equaling the most in any round in a major in the Open era. Seven came on Day 3, believed to be a single-day record.
7: Former No. 1 players who were eliminated on Day 3: Federer, Lleyton Hewitt, Sharapova, Victoria Azarenka (who withdrew), Caroline Wozniacki, Jelena Jankovic and Ana Ivanovic.