QUIZ: Can you name every Wimbledon runner-up in the men’s singles?

With The Championships now a little over a week away, perhaps it’s time we all got into the spirit with a Wimbledon quiz.

Despite the lack of ranking points this year, Wimbledon remains the most prestigious stop of the tennis calendar. It is seeped in tradition and so unique that there is nowhere like it.

If you needed further evidence of it, then Serena Williams opting to play Wimbledon 2022 after a full year away from tennis should be enough to convince everyone.

With all due respect to the other Grand Slams, Wimbledon is the one youngsters dream about winning as a youngster.

But we all know our Wimbledon winners, right? That would be much too easy. So, how about the nearly men? How about the runners-up in the Open Era?

The average score is just 50% in this one, so see how you get on and be sure to let us know your score via our social media channels.

(Note: If you’re having problems attempting the quiz, play it on the Sporcle website.)

Can you name the year-end ATP Top 50 from 2010?
Can you name every Grand Slam winner of the 1990s?
Can you name every year-end number one since 1975?
Can you name every player that Novak Djokovic beat in his incredible 2011 season?
QUIZ: Can you name everyone Rafael Nadal defeated on his historic 81-match clay winning streak?

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