Wimbledon 2022 has already knocked on the door, and the hype for the championships is rising every day. Being one of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, the participants have been more than excited for the road trip to prize money of £40,350,000. 

The Championship Wimbledon is one of the most reputable and oldest tournaments. For the past ten years, several brilliant players have taken part and won the title with a glamorous trophy. 

And every year, champions have not failed to surprise the tennis fanatics with their energetic performance. However, the tournament was canceled in 2020 when the Covid-19 hit the world. 

Nevertheless, the comeback in 2021 was more powerful than before. Now that the most awaited 2022 championship has arrived- Let's take a peek at the winners of the past ten years. 

Wimbledon Men's Singles And The Champs

1. Roger Federer


A former world no. 1, Roger Federer has won the Wimbledon Championship eight times, including in 2012 and 2017. He is a Swiss professional tennis player, recently on his healing journey from a knee injury. 

Although Roger couldn't take part in the tournament, he hopes to make a come back in the autumn of 2022 for Laver Cup in September. He has recently undergone his third knee surgery and has returned to the gym, preparing for his return.

2. Andy Murray


Two times Wimbledon champion of 2013 and 2016, Andy Murray recently suffered from an abdominal injury and had to cancel the Queen's club championship. However, his followers still expect to see him in The Championships 2022 as he recovers from it. 

He went through several hip surgeries and still made a strong comeback. No wonder people are excited about his return to the Wimbledon after years. 

3. Novac Djokovic


ATP ranked no 3 Novac Djokovic has won five Wimbledon championships in 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019, and 2021 in the past years, with an additional one in 2011. However, 2022 doesn't seem to be going his way with all the COVID-19 vaccine controversy on the player. 

Due to the vaccine policy, he previously couldn't go further in the French Open. Novac, who has earned a name in the Wimbledon tournament, mentioned having personal freedom for vaccination.

Wimbledon Men's Doubles Winners

1. Jonathan Marray And Frederik Nielsen


2012 Wimbledon Men's Doubles winners Jonathan Marray and Frederik Nielsen both have retired from their tennis journey in the present day. 

Jonathan retired in February 2017. He was recently involved in the Tennis Masterclass, where the young tennis player got the opportunity to ask about his training regime. 

As for the player Frederik, he announced leaving his decades of tennis journey. He last played in the Australian Open and is currently enjoying his retirement. 

2. Bob And Mike Bryan 


2013 Wimbledon Men's Double champions Bob and Mike Bryan retired in August 2020. The twin brother is often known for dominating the tennis field while playing. 

Despite leaving the court, their love for tennis still exists. There is also an official website on the Bryan Brothers with the same name, highlighting their tennis journey. 

3. Vasek Pospisil & Jack Sock


Vasek Pospisil and Jack Sock are the 2014 Men's Wimbledon double champions, who are also renowned for their single matches. In 2022, both Vasek and Jack have participated in the Wimbledon, looking forward to their win in their tournament. 

While the matches lie ahead, the players have started preparation for the championship. 

4. Jean-Julien Rojer & Horia Tecau


Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau are the 2015 Men's Wimbledon double winners who outshined the court with their terrific performance at that time. 

Rojer has participated in the Halle Open 2022 while furthering to the semi-final. His 2015 partner Horia retired from tennis in 2022 after his long career. 

5. Pierre-Hugues Herbert & Nicolas Mahut


Pierre-Hugues Herbert & Nicolas Mahut are the 2016 Wimbledon Men's double winners. 

Herbert recently played in the ATP Challenger Ilkley, making his way to the quarter-final. Meanwhile, Nicolas participated in Eastbourne International, furthering to the final. 

If both were to make it to the Wimbledon again, the chances of the players reaching the finals might be high, looking at their past signs of progress. 

6. Lukasz Kubot & Marcelo Melo 


Lukasz Kubot managed to win the 2017 Wimbledon double championship with Marcelo Melo 2017. In 2022, he competed in French Open in Men's Doubles and mixed doubles. 

As for the Brazilian tennis player Melo, he participated in Mallorca Open in 2022. For the past few years, both the players have not participated in the Wimbledon. 

7. Mike Bryan & Jack Sock 


2018 Men's Double champs Mike Bryan has retired in 2020; meanwhile, Jack sock currently participates in the Wimbledon and has headed to the qualifiers round on Court 11 with A. Collarini.  

8. Juan Sebastian Cabal & Robert Farah


Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah, a 2019 Wimbeldon's double champ, are currently playing in Eastbourne International in the round of 16. They are known for their excellent teamwork and bonding, which only seems to evolve over time. 

9. Nikola Mektic & Mate Pavic


2021-tennis double champs Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic, the partnership remains unbreakable in tennis with a brilliant level of understanding. They currently participate in Eastbourne International and look forward to their next match as of round 16. 

Wimbledon Women's Singles And The Champs

1. Serena Williams 


Six-times Wimbledon Women's Singles champ, including 2012, 2015, and 2016, Serena Williams currently plays in Eastbourne International. 

In 2022, she would be returning to the Wimbledon Champions, aiming for the prize money. 

2. Marion Bartoli 


2013 Women's single champ, Maron Bartoli, retired on 14 August 2013. She currently comments on the tennis tournament matches in the Amazon Prime Video Sport. 

3. Petra Kvitova 


Petra Kvitova is a 2014 women's singles Wimbledon champion, currently competing in Eastbourne International. Also, she is on the entry list for the upcoming 2022 tournament for the championship.

4. Garbine Muguruza 


Garbine Muguruza is the 2017 champ of the women's single, who is currently competing in Eastbourne International. She is on the round of 32 and looks forward to the advancement. 

5. Angelique Kerber 


2018 Wimbledon Women's single winner Angelique Kerber is in the round of 32 in the Bad Hombourg Open tournament. 

6. Simona Halep 


2019 champ Simona Halep now participates in the Bad Homburg Open. She is ready to head towards the 2022 Wimbledon championship, aiming for the trophy. 

7. Ashleigh Barty 


2021 Women's single champ Ashleigh Barty retired in March 2022. She left the tennis after a back injury and gave an emotional statement, "I don't have the physical drive, the emotional want and everything it takes to challenge yourself at the very top of the level anymore. I am spent."

Wimbledon Women's Doubles Winners

1. Serena & Venus Williams 


Serena and Venus Williams are best-known as the tennis sister who won the 2012 and 2016 Wimbledon women's doubles. 

Venus recently mentioned that she is not making her come back in the 2022 Wimbledon, instead will be watching Serena perform while cheering for her. 

2. Hsieh Su-wei & Peng Shuai  


2013 women's double champ Hsieh Su-Wei is reported pregnant in 2022. She missed the Australia Open tournament and might probably miss Wimbledon 2022 too. 

As for Peng, she retired in February 2022 and mentioned the subsequent events and social posts. 

3. Sara Errani & Roberta Vinci 


2014 Wimbledon women's double champion Roberta Vinci retired on 14 May 2018 and will not participate in the upcoming tournament. 

As for Sara, she recently played in WTA 125k Gaiba. Nevertheless, she seems to be up for the coming women's tournament. 

4. Martina Hingis & Sania Mirza 


2015 double champ Martina Hingis retired on 29 October 2017. Meanwhile, her partner Sania Mirza currently participates in Eastbourne International. 

Moreover, Mirza has announced her retirement, confirming that 2022 will be her last season.

5. Ekaterina Makarova & Elena Vesnina 


Ekaterina Makarova, the 2017 Women's double champion, retired on 28 January 2020. However, her partner, Elena Vesnina, looks forward to the 2022 tournament. 

Nevertheless, Vesnina has announced her break from the social media platform for the moment. 

6. Barbora Krejcikova & Katerina Siniakova  


2018 Wimbledon women's double winners Barbora Krejcikova and Katerina Siniakova currently participate in different tennis tournaments. 

Barbora plays in Eastbourne International; meanwhile, Katerina is furthering in the Bad Homburg Open. 

7. Barbora Strycova   


Barbora Strycova won the 2019 Wimbledon Women's double with Hsieh Su-Wei. She has retired on 4 May 2021, taking a leave from the tennis matches. 

8. Elise Mertens  


2021 Wimbledon Women's double champion Elise Mertens won her title with Hsieh Su-Wei. In 2022, she is taking part in Eastbourne International. 

With the championships hitting by in 2022, she looks forward to her next journey.