Who won Wimbledon 2021?

It’s time to serve up another year of Wimbledon fun (Picture: Simon Bruty/Anychance/Getty Images)

Wimbledon 2022 is nearly here, and this year sees the return of many titans of tennis.

Serena Williams is back after leaving the competition early last year due to an aggravated hamstring injury. If she’s successful this year, she could be eyeing a historic 24th Grand Slam title.

Other big names competing include Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal, included as part of the six men who are frontrunners to win.

For the women, last year’s breakout star (and London local) Emma Raducanu is tipped as a strong contender to win – should she prove fit for the competition.

Before we look too far ahead at who’ll win, let’s have a reminder of who won the prestigious Grand Slam title last year…

Who won the Men’s Singles at Wimbledon 2021?

Novak Djokovic took home the trophy last year.

Djokovic won his sixth Wimbledon title in 2021. Could 2022 be seven? (Picture: Julian Finney/Getty Images)

The Serbian pro successfully defended his gentlemen’s singles title to claim a record-equalling 20th major title.

Djokovic also became the first man to win the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon titles in the same calendar year since Rod Laver in 1969,

He faced off against Matteo Berrettini in the final.

Djokovic is competing in Wimbledon again this year, with his first match set for Monday, June 27.

The defending champ will face off against South Korea’s Kwon Soon-Woo.

Who won the Women’s Singles at Wimbledon 2021?

Australian pro-Ashleigh Barty won the Women’s Singles at Wimbledon last year.

Ashleigh Barty ended her career on a high, winning Wimbledon before retiring (Picture: Simon Bruty/Anychance/Getty Images)

Barty defeated Karolína Plíšková in the final.

She won’t be back to defend her title at Wimbledon 2022, though. Barty announced her retirement from tennis in March 2022, two months after winning the Australian Open title.

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