2012 Wimbledon Championships – Gentlemen's Singles

Men's Singles of the Wimbledon Championships in 2012.

Novak Djokovic defending champion was eliminated in the semi-final against Roger Federer. The score was now in the finals, which had to be terminated because of rain under the roof closed, on Andy Murray, who since Henry Austin in 1938, the first to reach the final of the British men's singles tournament. Unlike his previous three Grand Slam finals Murray could win this time, although a set but lost the match at the end in four sets against Federer. For Federer, it was after 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009, the seventh title at Wimbledon, he moved so with Pete Sampras same. Overall, it was his seventeenth Grand Slam title, which he continued to develop his own record. With the gained world -ranking points he also drew for the first time in over two years back to square one of world tennis rankings and thereby also improved Sampras ' record of 286 weeks at the top of the world rankings.

Biggest surprise of the tournament was the second-round defeat of two-time Wimbledon winner Rafael Nadal against the world number -100. Lukáš Rosol. It was the first time since the 2005 U.S. Open that Nadal was eliminated in the first week of a Grand Slam tournament. The two German Philipp Kohlschreiber and Florian Mayer both reached the quarter-finals. For Kohlschreiber it was the first Grand Slam quarterfinal of his career, Mayer had eight years earlier, also stood at Wimbledon in his hitherto only Grand Slam quarterfinal.

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Main Round


  • ALT = substitute ( alternate )
  • PR = Protected Ranking
  • SE = Special Exempt
  • R = Task ( retired )
  • D = disqualification
  • Supra = Walkover

Quarterfinals, semifinals, finals

Upper half of

Upper half of 1

Upper half 2

Upper half 3

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Bottom half

Lower half 1

Lower half 2

Bottom Half 3

Lower half 4