|2012 Champions||Men's Singles||Ladies' Singles||Men's Doubles||Ladies' Doubles|
|Mixed Doubles||Boys' Singles||Girls' Singles||Boys' Doubles||Girls' Doubles|
The Rolls of Honour show the concluding matches which have decided the five Championships and four Junior Championships over the years.
From 1878 to 1921 the holder of the Gentlemen's Singles title did not compete until the Challenge Round, when he met the winner of the All Comers' Singles to decide The Championship. When the holder did not defend his title the winner of the All Comers' Singles automatically became champion and the years when this occurred are indicated.
The same system applied to the Ladies' Singles and Gentlemen's Doubles from 1886 to 1921, but not the Ladies' Doubles and Mixed Doubles which both commenced in 1913.
In 1922 the Challenge Round was abolished and subsequently all competitors played through.
Champions are denoted in bold, with runners-up in normal font.
Jonathan Marray & Frederik Nielsen
Serena Williams & Venus Williams
Mike Bryan & Lisa Raymond
Andrew Harris & Nick Kyrgios
Eugenie Bouchard & Taylor Townsend
Gentlemen's Invitation Doubles
Greg Rusedski & Fabrice Santoro
Senior Gentlemen's Invitation Doubles
Pat Cash & Mark Woodforde
Ladies' Invitation Doubles
Lindsay Davenport & Martina Hingis
Tom Egberink & Michael Jeremiasz
Jiske Griffioen & Aniek Van Koot
21:07And there we must leave it. Thanks Wimbledon 2012, you were wet and weird (Lukas Rosol??) but mainly wonderful. Enjoy the break. In less than three weeks, we'll do it all again Olympic-stylee. SEE YOU!
21:04Lisa Raymond sticks the volley away to bring up three match points and they only need one. The American pair Elena Vesnina and Leander Paes 6-3, 5-7, 6-4 to win the mixed doubles title.View all