With her first three wins, Serena Williams has moved from sixth place to fourth in all-time Grand Slam match wins in WTA history with 214, surpassing sister Venus and Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario, who both have 212.
- Serena Williams’ three wins improved her all-time record at Wimbledon to 63-8, a winning percentage of 0.887 – good for third all-time behind just Steffi Graf (0.914) and Martina Navratilova (0.896). Also winning thrice was Maria Sharapova, who increased her record at the All England Club to 37-8 (0.822), the eighth-best winning percentage in WTA history.
- Roger Federer’s three wins in the first week give him 62 for his career at Wimbledon, breaking a tie for fourth place with John McEnroe and moving him within one victory of Pete Sampras for third place. Jimmy Connors leads all players with 84 wins at Wimbledon.
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