• With seven titles, Pete Sampras is undoubtedly one of the grasscourt greats
  • Steffi Graf also has seven titles - the first coming in 1988 when she beat Martina Navratilova
  • This was soon a familiar sight at the All England Club...
  • ...Graf's last title coming with a straight-sets win over Arantxa Sanchez Vicario in 1996
  • Wimbledon's 1978 tournament witnessed a young Navratilova...
  • ...win her first Grand Slam singles title, beating Chris Evert in the final
  • One of the greatest tennis players of all-time went on to win nine Wimbledon titles
  • William (l) and brother Ernest Renshaw dominated the men's championship in the late 19th century
  • New Zealander Tony Wilding won four consecutive titles before being killed in action fighting in the First World War
  • Three-times winner Fred Perry
  • Australian Rod Laver won a fourth Wimbledon title in 1969, part of his unequalled Grand Slam
  • In 1975 Billie-Jean King defeated Chris Evert in the semi-finals...
  • ...before going on to claim her sixth and final Wimbledon title
  • Tennis legend Bjorn Borg took victory in 1980...
  • ...to win a fifth consecutive Wimbledon title
  • John McEnroe ended Borg's run by beating him in the 1981 final - his first of three triumphs
  • In 1985 Boris Becker became the first unseeded player to triumph. 'Boom-Boom' won again in 1986 and 1989
  • Sampras beat Jim Courier for the first of his seven Wimbledon titles in 1993
  • Venus Williams won the first of her five titles in 2000
  • In 2003 an emotional Roger Federer beat Mark Philippoussis in the final...
  • ...to claim his first of five straight trophies
  • Federer won a sixth in 2009 and a seventh, to equal Sampras' tally, in 2012
  • Serena Williams, like her sister, now has five Wimbledon titles after her 2012 triumph
  • Andy Murray's 2013 triumph will never be forogtten - the first Briton to win the men's singles in 77 years

Wimbledon legends

With seven titles, Pete Sampras is undoubtedly one of the grasscourt greats