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Wimbledon 2011 starts on Monday - We look back at at some amazing figures from the tournament's history.
1 tonne of grass seed is used each year. The court grass is made of 100 per cent rye grass because of its durability and is drenched in around 3,000 gallons of water during the tournament, dependent on the weather. The playing height of the grass is 8mm, and has been for the past 12 years.
The highest number of men's singles titles won by one player. The record is shared by Britian's William Renshaw, who won them between 1881-1889, and Pete Sampras (pictured), who was dominant on Centre Court throughout the 90s. Roger Federer will have an opportunity to join them with a win at this year's Championships.
The number of champions who wore glasses in a final. Jaroslav Drobny pictured in 1949.
The highest number of ladies' singles titles won by one player. It is held by Czech-American great Martina Navratilova.
The people required to pull on a one tonne court cover in the event of rain, taking about 30 seconds.
Wimbledon titles won by Martina Navratilova: nine singles, seven women's doubles and four mixed doubles.
The amount of minutes it took to complete the shortest Wimbledon final ever, the 1922 ladies' singles.
The number of years since the last British woman, Virginia Wade (pictured), won the singles title.
The percentage of the UK population that watched coverage of the 2010 Championships. Andy Murray's semi-final loss to Rafael Nadal was the most watched with a peak audience of 5.6 million. The men's final had a peak audience of 6.8 million. However the women's final only attracted an average audience of 2.3 million. (wiki)
The most games in one match - when John Isner (pictured) beat Nicolas Mahut in 2010 in a battle that lasted 11 hours and five minutes.
The record number of aces served in a tournament, by Goran Ivanisevic, on his way to becoming the only wild-card ever to win the tournament.
The number of ball boys and girls. The average age of the ball boys and girls is 15 and the ratio of boys to girls is about 50/50.
The number of umpires and line umpires.
The number of years since the last British man, Fred Perry, won the singles title.
The total number of matches played during the fortnight.
The number of catering staff. They also prepare and serve up 12,000 kilos of poached and smoked salmon, 32,000 portions of fish and chips, 2,000 slices of pizza, 190,000 sandwiches, 135,000 ice creams and 300,000 cups of tea and coffee. About 200,000 glasses of Pimms are drunk as well as 100,000 pints of beer and lager and 17,000 bottles of champagne.
The number of tennis balls used during the championships.
The amount of strawberries that are eaten during the competition, along with 7,000 litres of cream.
Wimbledon's maximum ground capacity.
The prize money in £'s for the winners of the men's and women's singles titles.