Winning a Grand Slam is the pinnacle of a tennis player’s career, but the tradition and history of Wimbledon makes this tournament extra special. With its iconic ivy-adorned setting and first-class facilities, SW19 is the number one event in the tennis calendar for players and fans alike.
Over the years, the tournament has witnessed some classic finals, played out by the game’s greats. Some short and clinical, others epic battles, but all memorable to those out on Centre Court.
Below, we take a look at the quickest, slowest, and most successful Wimbledon Men’s finalists of the Open Era. [Via]

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