The men's and women's Wimbledon singles winners receive £850,000
in prize money.
Amelie Mauresmo was the 2006 womens singles title
Amelie Mauresmo Won The 2006 Womens Singles Title At Wimbledon.
The winner of Wimbledon in 1985 was Boris Becker. The women's winner was Martina Navratilova.
Spencer Gore won the first Wimbledon title in 1877.
Maria Sharapova was the winner of Wimbledon Women's Singles in 2004. She defeated Serena Williams in the final. This was Maria Sharapova's first Wimbledon Singles title.
Elizabeth Ryan with 12.
Chris Evert-Lloyd of the U.S.A. won the womens singles title at Wimbledon in 1981 (referred to as J.M. Lloyd according to Wimbledon etiquette because at the time she was married to John Lloyd).
Gabby Douglas won the all around title for womens gymnastics.
Venus Williams won the women's Wimbledon singles title in 2005, 2007 and 2008. Amelie Mauresmo won in 2006.
Henri Cochet won the Wimbledon Mens singles title in 1927 and 1929. He was only 5' 6" tall and is on record as being the shortest winner of Wimbledon
Boris Becker was 17 when he won his first Wimbledon in 1985. He is the youngest ever winner of the men's singles title.
Mens singles winner - Novak Djokvic. Womens singles winner - Petra Kvitova
The 2011 Wimbledon Ladies' Doubles was won by They defeated Lisicki and Samantha Stosur In 2012, the Williams sisters, Venus and Serena, won the title
Althea Gibson won the Wimbledon women's title in 1957 and 1958, defeating Darlene Hard and Angela Mortimer, respectively. Arthur Ashe defeated Jimmy Connors for the men's Wimbledon title in 1975.
The youngest men's singles champion at Wimbledon was Boris Becker. Becker was only 17 when he won the 1985 title, breaking a record held by Wilfred Baddeley since 1881.