Only 7 left-handed men have ever won Wimbledon singles.
10% of men and 8% of women are left-handed.
Just one that I know of: Charlie Duke, from Apollo 16. Jim Lovell from Apollo 13 is left handed, and he was supposed to walk on the moon, but of course that mission was aborted. I read on a 'left handed site' somewhere that 4 of the 12 men who actually walked on the Moon were left handed.
A man normally wears his wristwatch on his non-dominant arm. That is, if he is left-handed, he wears his watch on his right wrist; if he is right-handed, the left wrist. However, since many watches are designed to be worn on the left wrist, some left-handed men wear their watches on the left.
There have been eleven left-handed players - eight men and three women - that have won at Wimbledon: Norman Brookes - 1907, 1914; Jaroslav Drobny - 1954; Neale Fraser - 1960; Rod Laver - 1961, 1962, 1968, 1969; Ann Jones - 1969; Jimmy Connors - 1974, 1982; John McEnroe - 1981, 1983, 1984; Martina Navratilova - 1978, 1979, 1982-1987, 1990; Goran Ivanisevic - 2001; Rafael Nadal 2008, 2010 and Perta Kvitova 2011, 2014.
Pete Sampras won the Wimbledon men's singles title 7 times.
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Many British players have won Wimbledon. To see the complete list, refer to the Wimbledon links, below; the champions are listed to the left of each set of scores; the British players are denoted by "(BRI)" (n.b., the links are only for men's and women's singles).
Who won the wimbledon men's single championship in 1981?
Pete Sampras won the men's Wimbledon final in 1997.
I believe about 40~60% of the world's left-handed population ((Which is still only 7~10% out of over 6 billion people)), are male.