Wimbledon 2016: 10 Vital Statistics

10. Brits Andy Murray and Liam Broady meet for the first time in the opening round of Wimbledon. Broady has never played at Wimbledon and is 25.00 to win the match.

9. 2013 Wimbledon champion Murray has lost both the Australian and French Open final this season and fell at the semi-final stage at Wimbledon last year. The Scot is 4.00 to win this time.

8. World No1 Novak Djokovic has won the last four Grand Slams and six out of the last eight. That includes the previous two Wimbledons and he is 1.70 to win again.

7. Serena Williams has, like Murray, also lost her two Grand Slam finals this season. The American is seeking a fourth Wimbledon crown and 22nd Grand Slam title. She is 2.50 to win.

6. Williams’ victor in the French Open final, Garbine Muguruza, is 6.00 to win the title. The Spaniard reached the final of Wimbledon last season, having previously progressed only as far as the second round.

5. Only one of the last six Wimbledon men’s singles finals have gone to five sets, since Roger Federer and Andy Roddick’s epic clash on Centre Court in 2009. This final is 3.50 to go to five sets.

4. There were 21 three-set matches in the first round of the women’s singles draw at Wimbledon last year. A price of 7.75 is available for 25 or more this year.

3. This is Roger Federer’s 68th Grand Slam appearance — two off Frenchman Fabrice Santoro’s 70 participations. Record Grand Slam winner Federer, with 17 titles to his name, is 17.00 to claim victory for the first time since 2012.

2. The last three women's Grand Slam titles were won by first-time winners - Flavia Pennetta (ITA, US Open), Angelique Kerber (Australian Open) and Muguruza (French Open). Madison Keys at 11.00 is the lowest-priced player not to have won a previous Grand Slam.

1. Petra Kvitova boasts a 2/2 record in Grand Slam finals, with both victories coming at Wimbledon (2011, 2014). The Czech is 15.00 to win for a third time.