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Wimbledon 2011: Know your tennis champions

Roger Federer of Switzerland holds the championship trophy after winning the Wimbledon men's final on Center Court at Wimbledon, England, July 5, 2009. (Anja Niedringhaus/AP/File)

Wimbledon celebrates its 125th anniversary this year. As the storied tennis tournament begins its two week run Monday, here’s a short quiz about the winners of the Wimbledon championship.

- Ross Atkin

1. The United States claims more champions than any other country in both women’s and men’s singles, with 54 and 33 respectively. Which country stands solidly in second place?

British players have won the second-most Wimbledon singles titles (61) after the Americans. The Brits, however, are in the middle of a long drought. The last to win was Virginia Wade, who captured the women’s crown in 1977 with a three-set victory over Betty Stove.

British players have won the second-most Wimbledon singles titles (61) after the Americans. The Brits, however, are in the middle of a long drought. The last to win was Virginia Wade, who captured the women’s crown in 1977 with a three-set victory over Betty Stove.

British players have won the second-most Wimbledon singles titles (61) after the Americans. The Brits, however, are in the middle of a long drought. The last to win was Virginia Wade, who captured the women’s crown in 1977 with a three-set victory over Betty Stove.

British players have won the second-most Wimbledon singles titles (61) after the Americans. The Brits, however, are in the middle of a long drought. The last to win was Virginia Wade, who captured the women’s crown in 1977 with a three-set victory over Betty Stove.

Australia

 

Germany

 

France

 

Britain

 
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