Wimbledon 2014: Roll of honour

Last Updated: 08/07/14 1:26pm

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Jack Sock of the United States (left) and Vasek Pospisil of Canada celebrate winning the men's doubles title

Jack Sock of the United States (left) and Vasek Pospisil of Canada celebrate winning the men's doubles title

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Men's singles: Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

Women's singles: Petra Kvitova (Czech Republic)

Men's doubles: Jack Sock (United States) and Vasek Pospisil (Canada)

Women's doubles: Roberta Vinci (Italy) and Sara Errani (Italy)

Mixed doubles: Sam Stosur (Australia) and Nenad Zimonjic (Serbia)

Boys' singles: Noah Rubin (United States)

Girls' singles: Jelena Ostapenko (Latvia)

Boys' doubles: Orlando Luz (Brazil) and Marcelo Zormann (Brazil)

Girls' doubles: Tami Grende (Indonesia) and Qiu Yu Ye (China)

Wheelchair men's doubles: Stephane Houdet (France) and Shingo Kunieda (Japan)

Wheelchair women's doubles: Yui Kamiji (Japan) and Jordanne Whiley (Great Britain)

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