Tennis has been a game that has welcomed every player with several different origin backgrounds. However few of the countries have ruled the game of tennis by producing brilliant tennis players over time.

The USA is the top-ranked country in Wimbledon history with the highest number of titles in both men and women singles. The country has a total of 86 titles.

In men’s singles, the USA has won 33 titles so far, whereas, in women’s singles, the country claimed 53 titles. USA’s Pete Sampras has won seven titles. He won them in the years 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, and 2000. Among women, Martina Navratilova won 9 titles in 1978, 1979, 1982-1987, and 1990.

In the second position is the British Isles with a total of 61 titles among which 32 were claimed by men and 29 by women. Australia is number three with 26 titles of which 21 were claimed by men and 5 by women. France is the fourth with 14 titles, 7 each being claimed by men and women. Germany is number fifth with 12 titles. Women claimed 8, whereas men did only four.

At number six is Great Britain with 10 titles, seven claimed by women and only 3 by men. Sweden and Switzerland have claimed 7 titles so far. Sweden’s titles are all claimed by men whereas one of the Swiss titles was claimed by a woman.

New Zealand’s men have claimed 4 titles for their country so far. Spain has won 3 titles: 2 by men and one by a woman. Slovakia, Netherlands, Croatia, and Egypt have one title each that were all claimed by men. The Czech Republic and Russia have won one title each by their women.

In all, men have claimed 123 titles for their countries, and women did 116.

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