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Spectacular Wimbledon Infographic


Did you know: a British tennis player named Andy Murray won the men’s singles title at Wimbledon in 2013?

You did, did you? Well then, it’s a good job we've left the facts to Guide London who, marking this year’s premier lawn tennis championship, have comprised a wealth of lesser known data about SW19 into one striking infographic.

If you want big numbers, they're here (54,250 balls were used in last year’s tournament; a global audience of 378.8m is expected to tune in this year). If you want small numbers, they're here, too (the cost of strawberries and cream, at £2.50, has only risen by 70 pence in over 20 years). Utterly ridiculous, we know.

And before you even attempt a John McEnroe impression, we are deadly serious - just take a gander for yourself.



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