10 Best Men’s Wimbledon Champions Of All Time

Wimbledon is a championship sporting event for tennis, which is done in an annual basis. It’s held in outdoor grass courts of AELTC or All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. It started in the year 1877. Originally, this tennis tournament is only intended for men. But in later years, it’s opened to women tennis players. Here are the 10 best men’s Wimbledon champions of all time:

10. Bill Tilden

Bill Tilden

This American tennis player is known for its nickname “Big Bill”. For 6 years, he was hailed as number one tennis player in the world. It was way back in the year 1920 up to 1925. In Wimbledon, he acquired 3 titles in singles and 1 title in doubles.

9. Bjorn Borg

Bjorn Borg

This excellent tennis player was born on June 6, 1956, and he’s currently 59 years old. He comes from Stockholm, Sweden. He won 11 Grand Slam titles (Singles); 5 in Wimbledon tournaments and 6 in French Open. He also won in Australian Open and US Open.

8. Boris Becker

Boris Becker

He was born on November 22, 1967 and he is currently 47 years old. He’s a German professional tennis player who captured 6 major titles in singles division. In Wimbledon, he won 3 times. It was in the year 1985, 1986, and 1989. In fact, he was once declared as the youngest Wimbledon men’s champion.

7. Rod Laver

Rod Laver

He’s a former Australian tennis player, and his full name is Rodney George Laver. From 1964-1970, he was the number one tennis player (men’s singles division). Believe it or not, he had 200 singles titles in the field of tennis. Out of these 200, he won 4 times in Wimbledon.

6. Jimmy Connors

Jimmy Connors

This is another American professional tennis player who captured several major titles in tennis. He was born on September 2, 1952 in the beautiful city of East St. Louis, Illinois. In Wimbledon, he won 2 titles (singles division) and 1 in doubles.

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