'It Happened at Wimbledon' Quiz
A short quiz on Wimbledon history to round off the last fortnight at the All England Club. 10 Questions.
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The Wimbledon we know today is not the original, having moved grounds to Church road in 1922. Where was the first ground situated?
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Until Andy Murray in 2012, who was the last Brit to reach the Wimbledon Men's Final?
In 1879, 'St Leger' Goold became the only convicted murderer to play in a Wimbledon Final. But what was the occupation of his opponent, John Hartley?
The longest ever tennis match played in an open was carried out in the Gentlemen's Singles of the 2010 Wimbledon Championships between which two players?
John Isner and Jamie Baker
Jamie Baker and Nicolas Mahut
Colin Fleming and Nicolas Mahut
Nicolas Mahut and John Isner
During the 1995 Championships, Tim Henman became the first player to be disqualified from the tournament. Only a few days later, another player was disqualified from the Gentlemen's Singles- who?
Which of these players holds the record for reaching twelve finals of the Ladies Singles at Wimbledon?
Billie Jean King
In 2001, Goran Ivanesivic won the Gentlemen's Singles title at Wimbledon. What made this such a record-breaking achievement?
He is the only left-hander to have won
He had already won three other finals
He is the only wildcard to have won
He was the first winner to use a graphite racquet
Which of these women is the youngest to have won the Ladies Singles title at Wimbledon?
The youngest winner of the Gentlemen's Singles at Wimbeldon, Boris Becker, managed to gain this title much more recently, but in which year did he do so?
Wimbledon is not only famous for its tennis; it is also known, though to a lesser extent, for two other sports. Which two?
Badminton and Cricket
Table Tennis and Croquet
Croquet and Cricket
Table Tennis and Badminton
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