Wimbledon women’s singles Open Era champions quiz
Our tennis writers have come up with a special Wimbledon women’s singles Open Era champions quiz, in light of this year’s All-England Club Championships coming up.
Since 1968, following the Amateur Era, there have been a total of 18 female winners across 49 years. But who were they?
Test your tennis knowledge by trying out our Wimbledon women’s singles Open Era champions quiz!
It is powered by Sporcle and is specially conjured up by our very own team.
Are you ready then? There are 49 slots to fill in – and you only need to type in their surnames.
So, take a breath, limber up your quizzing fingers and switch on your tennising brain to name all of the Wimbledon women’s singles Open Era champions:
We have gone through the years since the Open Era began in 1968 in search of all of the Wimbledon women’s singles Open Era champions.
A total of 18 stars from nine nations are represented on this list, with the most titles from players representing the USA.
So, how many of them do you think you remember?
You’ll be against the clock, though, with 3 minutes to complete the list.
Don’t dwell too long on ones you are unsure of – and most importantly, don’t be tempted to search up the answers and cheat!
You may not even have the time…
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