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Career Singles Titles: 74

Major Titles: 16 _ Wimbledon (‘03, `04, `05, `06, `07, `09), U.S. Open (‘04, `05, `06, `07, `08), Australian Open (‘04, `06, `07, `10), French Open (‘09)

Last 5 Wimbledons: `11-QF, `10-QF, `09-W, `08-F, `07-W

Topspin: Owns record 16 Grand Slam singles titles but has gone about 2 1/2 years without one, by far his longest drought since he won his first at Wimbledon in 2003. … Has won six Wimbledon championships; trying to join Pete Sampras and Willie Renshaw (who played in the 1880s) as the only men to win seven singles titles at the tournament. … Has reached at least the quarterfinals at a record 32 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments. … No man 30 or older has won a major title since Andre Agassi at the 2003 Australian Open.

ANDY MURRAY

Seeded: 4

Ranked: 4

Age: 25

Country: Britain

2012 Match Record: 26-9

2012 Singles Titles: 1

Career Singles Titles: 22

Major Titles: 0 _ Best: F, at U.S. Open in `08, Australian Open in `10, `11

Last 5 Wimbledons: `11-SF, `10-SF, `09-SF, `08-QF, `07-DNP

Topspin: Streak of reaching semifinals at five Grand Slam tournaments in a row ended with quarterfinal exit against David Ferrer at French Open. … Coached now by Ivan Lendl, who famously never won Wimbledon. … The Scot seems to thrive under _ not shy away from _ the tremendous scrutiny and pressure he’s subject to at the All England Club as Britain hopes for its first male champion at Wimbledon _ or any Grand Slam tennis tournament _ since 1936. … “In all sports, playing at home is viewed as being a huge advantage, whereas for some reason when it comes to Wimbledon everyone thinks it’s a bad thing. … I haven’t really found it that way,” Murray said Saturday.

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