Wimbledon 2014: The Final in numbers

Last Updated: 07/07/14 8:26am

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Roger Federer: hit 75 winners but still came up short

Roger Federer: hit 75 winners but still came up short

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Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer in a thrilling five-set Wimbledon men's singles final on Sunday. Check out some of the key stats from a classic encounter...

75 - winners hit by Roger Federer, including 29 aces. Djokovic made 68 winners, including 13 aces.

366 - total points played by Djokovic and Federer, with Djokovic edging it 186 to 180.

2 - passing shots for winners by Federer in the entire contest, to 14 from Djokovic.

25 - years since Boris Becker, Djokovic's coach, won the third and last of his Wimbledon titles.

7 - grand slams won by Djokovic in his career, 10 behind Federer.

2 - times Djokovic needed court-side assistance by tournament trainers.

18 - number of consecutive grand slam finals prior to this one that had featured either Andy Murray or Rafael Nadal.

7 - Wimbledon titles that Federer remains stuck on, tied with 'Pistol' Pete Sampras and 19th century star William Renshaw.

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