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Wimbledon men's singles - players by number of titles won 1968-2018

Men's singles Wimbledon tennis tournaments won from 1968 to 2018*

Wimbledon men's singles - players by number of titles won 1968-2018 The statistic ranks male professional tennis players (active and retired) by the number of Wimbledon titles won since the beginning of the Open Era in 1968. Roger Federer has won Wimbledon eight times. He has also consistently ranked amongst the top tennis players in the ATP Rankings throughout his career.
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Men's singles Wimbledon tennis tournaments won from 1968 to 2018*

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The statistic ranks male professional tennis players (active and retired) by the number of Wimbledon titles won since the beginning of the Open Era in 1968. Roger Federer has won Wimbledon eight times. He has also consistently ranked amongst the top tennis players in the ATP Rankings throughout his career.
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Release date
July 2018
Region
Worldwide
Survey time period
1968 to 2018
Supplementary notes
* 1968 marks the beginning of the Open Era, allowing professional tennis players to compete in all tournaments including the Grand Slam events.** John Newcombe won one of his titles (1967) before the beginning of the Open Era; Rod Laver won two of his titles (1961, 1962) before the beginning of the Open Era.
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