Can You Name These Wimbledon Champions from an Image?

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Image: By Robbie Mendelson (originally posted to Flickr as Stan Smith), via Wikimedia Commons //// By Anefo / Croes, R.C., via Wikimedia Commons //// By Carine06 from UK (Amelie Mauresmo), via Wikimedia Commons

About This Quiz

Are you ready to play for love with this ultimate quiz?! Or will your foot fault when you attempt your serve? It's time to put your professional tennis knowledge to the test because we want to know ... are you smart enough to name these Wimbledon champs? 

From Pete Sampras to Roger Federer, Wimbledon has seen the incredible talent of tennis pros since 1877! But we're not just quizzing you on the boys ... Girl power is in full effect on the Wimbledon grass courts, too! From Steffi Graf to Garbiñe Muguruza, and don't forget that famous set of sisters ... this quiz is sure to test your skills! So are you up for the challenge? Will you go game, set, match for the win? Or will you opt for the strawberries and cream instead ... Who wouldn't want to rub elbows with the royals anyways?!

Well ready or not, the time has come to make your way across the pond! We want to see just how well you know the best of the best when it comes to Wimbledon! 

Get your drop shots ready, and be sure not to carry the ball...you'll need all the advantage you can get with this quiz! Big serve, ready!? Let's do this!

Look at this Wimbledon champ ... who is she?

Venus Williams is currently ranked No. 9 in the Women's Tennis Association singles rankings. She has won at Wimbledon five times - 2000, 2001, 2005, 2007, and 2008!

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Can you name this Wimbledon champ?

Andre Agassi was born in 1970 and turned pro by 1986. He retired in 2006 but not before winning nearly $32 million in prize money from his 60 career titles, including one Wimbledon win in 1992.

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Name the tennis pro seen here.

Standing 6 feet 1 inch, Pete Sampras is the 5th all-time leader in earnings from his professional tennis career. He has earned more than $43 million with 64 career titles, including seven Wimbledon wins in 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000!

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Who is this Wimbledon champ?

If you know professional tennis, you'll remember Ann Jones, winner of eight Grand Slam championships during her career. Her Wimbledon win came in 1969 competing as a single, and she also won Wimbledon doubles in 1968 and 1969 to boot!

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Wimbledon is for winners, like this one!

Did you know that Maria Sharapova was born in Russia in 1987 and has been a resident of the United States since 1994. She stands 6 feet 2 inches tall and though she has 40 career titles, only one of them comes from Wimbledon - in 2004.

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Are you good enough to match up against this Wimbledon champ?

Did you know that Steffi Graf's career record is 900 - 115?! Amazing! She has won at Wimbledon seven times as a singles competitor - 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, and 1996.

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Which Wimbledon champ is seen here?

Garbiñe Muguruza is just 24 years old and ranked No. 3 in singles by the Women's Tennis Association! In just 6 years, she has earned $16 million in prize money including a Wimbledon win in 2017.

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Can you name this tennis champ?

Born in Leimen, West Germany in 1967, Boris Becker turned pro in 1984 and retired in 1999. During those years, he won at Wimbledon 3 times - in 1985, 1986 and 1989.

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Who is this Wimbledon winner?

Roger Federer is the all-time leader in prize money earnings in professional tennis! He has earned more than $116 million and has won 97 career titles. He has won a record eight Wimbledon titles.

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Can you name this champion of the courts?

Conchita Martínez is just 5 feet 8 inches tall and has a singles record of 739-297. She was the first Spanish player to win the women's singles title at Wimbledon, where she beat Martina Navratilova to win the 1994 title.

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How about this one?

Richard Krajicek turned pro in 1989 and retired in 2003. He plays right-handed with a one-handed backhand. In 1996, he won the men's singles title at Wimbledon, the only Dutch player to have done so.

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If you know tennis, you know who this is ... right?

Michael Detlef Stich is a former professional tennis player from Germany. He won the men's singles title at Wimbledon in 1991 and his career-high singles ranking was World No. 2 in 1993.

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How about him?

Goran Ivanišević is the only person to win the men's singles title at Wimbledon as a wildcard! When he retired in 2004, his career record for singles was 599-333.

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Wimbledon is for the best of the best ... so who is this?

Born in Prague, Jan Kodeš was a right-handed, one-handed backhand tennis pro between 1968 - 1983. He won the Wimbledon title in 1973.

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Who is this?

Did you know that Arthur Ashe is the only black man ever to win the singles title at Wimbledon, the US Open and the Australian Open? Sadly, Ashe is believed to have contracted HIV from a blood transfusion he received during heart bypass surgery in the 1980s. He died at the young age of 49 in 1993.

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Name the Wimbledon winner seen in this photo...

John McEnroe is often considered among the greatest in the history of tennis! Hailing from West Germany, McEnroe won 77 titles in his career, including three at Wimbledon - 1981, 1983, and 1984.

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Recognize this Wimbledon champ?

Rodney George Laver AC, MBE is an Australian former tennis player widely regarded as one of the greatest in the history of tennis. He was the No. 1-ranked professional from 1964 to 1970 and won four titles at Wimbledon in the 1960s.

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Can you name this one?

Lindsay Davenport turned pro in 1993 and retired in 2010. She is remembered for her powerful and reliable groundstrokes, as well as her 1999 Wimbledon win!

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Can you recognize this tennis pro?

Margaret Court is currently a Christian minister in Perth, Western Australia - but prior to that she was a tennis pro for 17 years! She won three titles at Wimbledon in 1963, 1965, and 1970.

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Only the best play at Wimbledon ... who is this?

Lleyton Hewitt turned pro in 1998 and retired in 2016. During those years, he earned more than $20 million and 30 titles! He was victorious at Wimbledon in 2002.

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Surely you remember him, right?

Novak Djokovic is a Serbian professional tennis player who is currently ranked World No. 22 in men's singles tennis by the Association of Tennis Professionals. He is coached by Marián Vajda and has won Wimbledon three times - 2011, 2014, and 2015.

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Girls rule, and so did she at Wimbledon!

Evonne Goolagong was one of the world's leading tennis players in the 1970s and early 1980s. During those years, she won 14 Grand Slam titles: seven in singles (four at the Australian Open, two at Wimbledon and one at the French Open), six in women's doubles and one in mixed doubles!

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Who is this Wimbledon champion?

Amélie Mauresmo was born on July 5, 1979 and turned pro in 1993! She won 27 titles in her career, including one at Wimbledon in 2006!

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Would you want to compete against him? We didn't think so!

Did you know that Tennis magazine rated John Newcombe the 10th best male player of the period 1965–2005? Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Newcombe was a three-time Wimbledon titlist.

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We think you'll get this one...

From the Balearic Islands of Spain, Rafael Nadal was born right-handed, but plays tennis as left-handed. He is known as the King of Clay and is currently ranked World No. 1 in men's singles tennis! He won at Wimbledon in 2008 and 2010.

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Name the Wimbledon winner seen here...

Marion Bartoli is a French professional tennis player. She won the 2013 Wimbledon Championships singles title after previously being runner-up in 2007.

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Who is this Wimbledon champion?

Stan Smith had won victory at Wimbledon in 1972! From 1969 - 1985, he had a career record of 865 - 352.

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Recognize this one?

Petra Kvitová turned professional in 2006 and has won 24 career singles titles, two of which are Grand Slam titles, the Wimbledon Championships in 2011 and in 2014. She is a powerful left-handed player!

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How about him?

Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Björn Borg is widely considered one of the greatest tennis players in the history of the sport. In 1979, he was the first player to earn more than $1 million in prize money in a single season! He won Wimbledon titles in 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979 and 1980.

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Don't get confused ... who is this Wimbledon winner?

Serena Williams turned pro in October of 1995 and is still active today. She has won seven Wimbledon titles and is the highest earning female tennis player of all time with more than $84 million!

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So you think you know tennis? Who is this?

Sir Andy Murray is a British professional tennis player from Scotland and is currently ranked No. 39 in men's singles. He has won two Wimbledon titles in his career - 2013 and 2016.

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How about this one?

Did you know that Pat Cash has been described as one of the greatest net players of all time by Sport Australia Hall of Fame? As a pro from 1982 - 1997, he won 6 career titles including one at Wimbledon in 1987.

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Which Wimbledon champ is seen in this photo?

Coached by Gloria Connors and Pancho Segura, Jimmy Connors took home two Wimbledon titles during his career - 1974 and 1982. He was ranked the World No. 1 tennis player in 1974.

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You're doing great, now who is this?

Earning more than $21 million in professional tennis prize money throughout her career, Martina Navratilova is considered one of the best female tennis players of all time. She was a NINE-time Wimbledon champion!!

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You know this one too, right?

Stefan Edberg was born in Sweden and turned pro in 1983. In his 13 professional years, he won 41 titles and had a record of 801 - 270. He won at Wimbledon in 1988 and 1990.

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If you go to Wimbledon, be sure to win ... like her...

Regarded by many in the sport as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, King was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1987. She was a Wimbledon titlist in 1966, 1967, 1968, 1972, 1973 and 1975.

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Can you name this Wimbledon winner?

Martina Hingis was born in Czechoslovakia in 1980. By the age of 14, she had turned pro and won more than 40 titles in her career. She was the 1997 singles female Wimbledon champion.

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A few more now, who is this winner?

Jana Novotná is remembered for being a "serve and volley" player - in which she would serve the ball and run quickly toward the net for the return! She won the women's singles title at Wimbledon in 1998 and was runner-up in three previous Grand Slam tournaments.

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Two more! Can you name this famous tennis pro?

Virginia Wade was a right-handed, one-handed backhand tennis pro from 1968 - 1986. She won 55 career titles including one at Wimbledon in 1977.

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Last one! Who is this Wimbledon champion?

Christine turned pro in 1972 and played through 1989. She won 157 titles during her career! A three-time Wimbledon champion, Evert is now an analyst for ESPN.

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