Wimbeldon Winners By Country

Andy Murray could become the first British man to win Wimbeldon since 1936 when he faces six-time champion Roger Federer on Sunday.

While the British haven’t earned a trophy in a while, they dominated the competition in its early years. This dashboard, created by Stephen McDaniel, visualizes how players from other countries have fared. Change the charts and map by filtering for gender, place and decade:

Via The Guardian DataBlog | Download Data

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