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  2. 1974 Wimbledon Championships - Wikipedia

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    The 1974 Wimbledon Championships was a tennis tournament that took place on the outdoor grass courts at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom. The tournament was held from Monday 24 June until Saturday 6 July 1974. It was the 88th staging of the Wimbledon Championships, and the second Grand Slam tennis event of 1974. Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert won the singles titles.

    • 24 June – 6 July
    • Church Road, SW19, Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom
  3. 1974 Wimbledon Championships – Men's Singles - Wikipedia

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    Jimmy Connors defeated Ken Rosewall in the final, 6–1, 6–1, 6–4 to win the Gentlemen's Singles tennis title at the 1974 Wimbledon Championships. Uniquely, due to the WCT ban in place at the 1972 Championship and the ATP boycott of 1973, three undefeated champions competed in the men's singles event. John Newcombe, Stan Smith and defending champion Kodeš were all unbeaten from their last singles matches at the championships when this year's event commenced.

  4. Winners of Wimbledon Men's Tennis Tournament

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    1974: Jimmy Connors: K. Rosewall: 61 61 64: 1973: Jan Kodes: A. Metreveli: 61 98 63: 1972: Stan ...

    Year
    Winner
    Runner Up
    Score
    2019
    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
    Roger Federer (Switzerland)
    7–6(7–5), 1–6, 7–6(7–4), 4–6, 13–12(7–3)
    2018
    Novak Djokovic (Serbia)
    Kevin Anderson (South Africa)
    6–2, 6–2, 7–6(7–3)
    2017
    Roger Federer (Switzerland)
    Marin Čilić (Croatia)
    6–3, 6–1, 6–4
    2016
    Andy Murray (UK)
    Milos Raonic (Canada)
    6–4, 7–6(7–3), 7–6(7–2)
  5. History - 1970s - The Championships, Wimbledon 2020 ...

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    1974: Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert. There were two factors in particular which were unique about the 1974 Championships. The titles were won by an engaged couple, Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert, both of the United States, and in playing terms they attracted particular attention because both were double-fisted on the backhand side.

  6. Winners of Wimbledon Women's Tennis Tournament

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    A list of the winners of the women's Wimbledon Tennis Grand Slam Tournament. ... 1974: Chris Evert: O. Morozova: 60 64: 1973: Billie Jean King: C. Evert: 60 75: 1972:

  7. Historical Don - Season 1974

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    In the space of three days, four targets had been reduced to two and, to their credit, Wimbledon won both. The London Senior Cup, which the club had tried to avoid entering due to fixture chaos, was won in April with a 2-0 victory over fellow giant killers, Leatherhead. But the most praiseworthy achievement was winning the Southern League.

  8. Daily Themed Crossword Wimbledon winner in 1974: 2 wds ...

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    Wimbledon winner in 1974: 2 wds.. Wimbledon winner in 1974: 2 wds. The answer to this question: J I M M Y C O N N O R S. Go back to level list (203 votes, average: 3 ...

  9. The 12 Greatest Wimbledon Champions of the Past 60 Years ...

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    • Pete Sampras (United States) Wimbledon Results: (7 Championships, 7 Finals, winning percentage 90.0) Pete Sampras is the last of the great serve-and-volley players who witnessed his style of play begin its demise on pro courts across the globe.
    • Roger Federer (Switzerland) Wimbledon Results: (6 Championships, 7 finals, winning percentage 89.39) Roger Federer showed the world that he was ready for prime time at the 2001 Wimbledon tournament when then-teenaged Federer upset defending Wimbledon champion Pete Sampras in the fourth round.
    • Bjorn Borg (Sweden) Wimbledon Results: (5 Championships, 6 Finals, 92.73 winning percentage) Super Swede Bjorn Borg owned the courts of Wimbledon and the French Open in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
    • Rod Laver (Australia) Wimbledon Results: (4 Championships, 6 Finals, 87.72 winning percentage) Rod Laver won two calendar-year Grand Slams in 1962 and again in 1969—a feat no other man has accomplished since Laver hung up his racket.
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