Wimbledon Quiz: Can you answer these 13 questions from top TV show?

Elena Rybakina and Roger Federer star in Mastermind's Wimbledon Quiz
Elena Rybakina and Roger Federer both feature in Mastermind's fiendish Wimbledon quiz

There are few tougher TV quizzes than Mastermind, where over the years countless contestants have tested their knowledge on the iconic black chair, under the glare of the fierce studio spotlight.

Earlier this year, the grand finale of the latest series of the iconic BBC show saw a certain tennis tournament star as one of the specialist categories.

Software developer Oli Hanson decided to tackle ‘The Wimbledon Singles Championships, 2000-present’ as his specialist subject as he looked to claim the title.

Hanson scored eight points out of a possible 13 on his specialist subject, but how would you have fared? Test yourself below with Mastermind’s Wimbledon questions.

To aid you a little, we’ve given you multiple choice options for each question – let’s see how you do!

2024 Wimbledon preview

This looks set to be one of the most fascinating Wimbledon’s in recent times, with intrigue across both the men’s and women’s singles draw.

In the men’s draw, world No 1 Jannik Sinner is the top seed at a Grand Slam for the first time, with the Italian a marginal favourite to win a second major title of the season.

Novak Djokovic has made a miraculous return from his French Open injury setback and the seven-time champion is also a leading contender for the title, as is world No 3 and defending champion Carlos Alcaraz.

The women’s draw is headlined by world No 1 Iga Swiatek, looking for her first title at the All England Club.

Swiatek is a four-time French Open champion and won the US Open in 2022, though has never made it past the last eight of Wimbledon.

Among those looking to challenge her are world No 2 and second seed Coco Gauff, and world No 3 and bookmaker’s favourite Aryna Sabalenka – though she is an injury doubt.

2022 champion Elena Rybakina will also be a contender, with the likes of Jessica Pegula also hoping to threaten.

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