The 2015 Wimbledon champions honour roll is listed in order of occurrence complete with the match scores for all 11 finals that were divided up into singles events and doubles events for girls, boys, women and men.
Ladies’ Singles – Final
 Serena Williams (USA)
 Garbine Muguruza (ESP) 6-4, 6-4
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Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are playing for the 41st time in the Wimbledon men’s singles final today and the winner will take the lead in their head-to-head record by 21 wins to 20.
In Grand Slams Djokovic won the most recent encounter in last years Wimbledon final (see the official Wimbledon channel highlights below) and they are tied with 6 wins each including 1 win each at Wimbledon. The full details of the Federer Djokovic head-to-head record is listed below.
Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic head-to-head record
Federer and Djokovic are tied at 20 wins each
2015 Wimbledon Final ?
2015 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome Final Djokovic 64, 63
2015 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells Final Djokovic 63, 67 (5-7), 62
2015 Dubai U.A.E. Final Federer 63, 75
2014 ATP World Tour Finals London Final Djokovic Walkover
2014 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai Semis Federer 64, 64
2014 Wimbledon Final Djokovic 67 (7-9), 64, 76 (7-4), 57, 64
2014 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo Semis Federer 75, 62
2014 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells Final Djokovic 36, 63, 76 (7-3)
2014 Dubai U.A.E. Semis Federer 36, 63, 62
2013 ATP World Tour Finals London RR Djokovic 64, 67 (2-7), 62
2013 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Paris Semis Djokovic 46, 63, 62
2012 ATP World Tour Finals London Final Djokovic 76 (8-6), 75
2012 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati Final Federer 60, 76 (9-7)
2012 Wimbledon Semis Federer 63, 36, 64, 63
2012 Roland Garros Semis Djokovic 64, 75, 63
2012 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome Semis Djokovic 62, 76 (7-4)
2011 US Open Semis Djokovic 67 (7-9), 46, 63, 62, 75
2011 Roland Garros Semis Federer 76 (7-5), 63, 36, 76 (7-5)
2011 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Indian Wells Semis Djokovic 63, 36, 62
2011 Dubai U.A.E. Final Djokovic 63, 63
2011 Australian Open Semis Djokovic 76 (7-3), 75, 64
2010 ATP World Tour Finals London Semis Federer 61, 64
2010 Basel Switzerland Final Federer 64, 36, 61
2010 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Shanghai Semis Federer 75, 64
2010 US Open Semis Djokovic 57, 61, 57, 62, 75
2010 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Canada Semis Federer 61, 36, 75
2009 Basel Switzerland Final Djokovic 64, 46, 62
2009 US Open Semis Federer 76 (7-3), 75, 75
2009 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Cincinnati Final Federer 61, 75
2009 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome Semis Djokovic 46, 63, 63
2009 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami Semis Djokovic 36, 62, 63
2008 US Open Semis Federer 63, 57, 75, 62
2008 ATP Masters Series Monte Carlo Federer 63, 32 Retired
2008 Australian Open Semis Djokovic 75, 63, 76 (7-5)
2007 US Open Final Federer 76 (7-4), 76 (7-2), 64
2007 ATP Masters Series Canada Final Djokovic 76 (7-2), 26, 76(7-2)
2007 Dubai U.A.E. Quarter Finals Federer 63, 67 (6-8), 63
2007 Australian Open Round of 16 Federer 62, 75, 63
2006 SUI v. SCG WG PO Switzerland RR Federer 63, 62, 63
2006 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Monte Carlo R64 Federer 63, 26, 63
In a rematch of the 2014 Wimbledon men’s singles final No.1 seed Novak Djokovic defends his title against No.2 seed Roger Federer. The Championship match on Centre Court will commence at 9pm local time in Singapore and 2pm in London on Day 13 of Wimbledon.
The Djokovic and Federer rivalry started back in Monte Carlo in 2006, today will be their 41st encounter. All details of their head-to-head record can be found here-> Federer and Djokovic head-to-head record.
The Wimbledon channel footage below shows Federer a 17-time Grand Slam singles champion and 8-time champion Djokovic in action leading into the final, a preview and their press conferences.
Wimbledon 2015 Men’s Singles Final Preview
Wimbledon 2015 Roger Federer semi final press conference
Wimbledon 2015 Novak Djokovic semi final press conference
Serena Williams and Garbiñe Muguruza played the Championship match on Centre Court on Day 12 of The Championships. The 33-year-old Serena won 6/4, 6/4 in 1 hour and 23 minutes against the 21-year-old Muguruza, who is currently ranked 20.
The Wimbledon channel footage below shows No.1 seed Serena and 1st time finalist Muguruza in action, it includes some break points, the set point, championship point plus with their trophies. You can see the final match statistics in the picture at the end of this article.
The 1.75m Serena won by a break of serve in each set with better conversion of break point opportunities as well as having %20 less chances than the 1.82m Spaniard. Serena converted 5 of 8 break points, whilst Muguruza won 3 of 10 opportunities. The American served an uncharacteristic 8 double faults which points to the tension of the occasion despite her tremendous experience advantage, the relentless desire to dictate points and respect for the quality of opponent’s return of serve.
Serena won her 6th Wimbledon title from 8 finals at her 16th Wimbledon. Serena now has 21 Grand Slam titles one behind Steffi Graf and two behind Margaret Court on 24. The World No.1 has won the past four Slams and now has the opportunity at the 2015 US Open for her first calendar-year Grand Slam.
Roger Federer and Andy Murray played the second match on Centre Court in the semi finals of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 11 of The Championships. The 33-year-old Federer won 7/5, 7/5, 6/4 in 2 hours and 7 minutes against the 28-year-old Murray, who is currently ranked 3.
The Wimbledon channel footage below shows Federer a 7-time Wimbledon champion and Murray in action and includes some break points and great shots in the first two sets. You can see the Federer and Murray final match statistics in the picture at the end of this article.
The 1.85m Federer played far more aggressively than his 1.91m opponent winning 29 of 42 points at net versus the 2013 Wimbledon champion who won 8 of 11 points at net. Federer capped a brilliant display producing 56 winners to 11 unforced errors, largely set up by a brilliant serving display where he was so smooth and rhythmic enabling him to register a remarkable %75.8 of 1st serves in.
Federer converted 3 of his 10 break points opportunities whereas Murray just had the one break point chance in the very first game of the match. Murray’s winner to unforced error ratio was basically two to one as opposed to Federer’s five to 1, ending with 35 winners and 17 unforced errors
What’s next? The No.2 seed plays his 10th Wimbledon final against defending champion and No.1 seed Novak Djokovic in a rematch of last year’s final that was decided in 5 sets.
Novak Djokovic and Richard Gasquet played the first match on Centre Court in the semi finals of the men’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 11 of The Championships. The 28-year-old Djokovic won 7/6 (7-2), 6/4, 6/4 in 2 hours and 21 minutes against the 29-year-old Gasquet, who is currently ranked 20.
The Wimbledon channel footage below shows Djokovic a 8-time Grand Slam singles champion and Gasquet in action and includes some break points, set points and match point. You can see the Djokovic and Gasquet final match statistics in the picture at the end of this article.
The 1.88m Djokovic got the upper hand in the ground strokes exchanges with 46 clean winners versus 36 from his 1.88m French opponent. Djokovic also served more effectively hitting 12 aces to 6, as well as limiting his double faults to 2, whereas Gasquet 6 double faults nullified his aces. Djokovic returned serve a lot better creating 8 break point opportunities and converting 3, in comparison Gasquet converted 1 of 4 break point chances.
What’s next? The No.1 seed plays his 4th Wimbledon final against Roger Federer in a rematch of last year’s final that he won in 5 sets.
Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova played the second match on Centre Court in the semi finals of the women’s singles draw at Wimbledon on Day 10 of The Championships. The 33-year-old Serena won 6/2, 6/4 in 1 hour and 19 minutes against the 28-year-old Sharapova, who is currently ranked 4.
The Wimbledon channel footage below shows Serena a 20-time Grand Slam singles champion and 5-time champion Sharapova in action and includes some break points, set points and match point. You can see the Serena and Sharapova final match statistics in the picture at the end of this article.
The 1.75m Serena got the upper hand in the ground strokes exchanges with 29 clean winners versus 9 from her 1.88m Russian opponent. Serena also served more effectively hitting 13 aces to two, as well as limiting her double faults to 2, whereas Sharapova’s 6 double faults often came at critical moments. Serena returned serve a lot better creating 9 break point opportunities and converting 3, in comparison Sharapova who was unable to earn a break point.
What’s next? The No.1 seed plays her 8th Wimbledon final against Garbiñe Muguruza. Serena has won Wimbledon five times: 2002, 2003, 2009, 2010 and in 2012. The World No.1 was runner-up to Sharapova in 2004 and her sister Venus in 2008. This is the American’s 16th Wimbledon since 1998 with 1999 and 2006 being two years that she was unable to play.
Serena will have the pressure of trying to keep her goals of winning her first calendar-year Grand Slam and surpassing Steffi Graf’s 22 Grand Slam titles alive. Serena lost at Roland Garros 2014 6/2, 6/2 to Muguruza then won their next and most recent meeting 2/6, 6/3, 6/2 at the 2015 Australian Open.