John McEnroe, 1981.
Slazenger have supplied the tennis balls for Wimbledon for the last 100 years.
yes you can because i was on an airplane last month and there was a whole family of tennis players each with a racket inside one of those racket bag things
The last player to win a grand slam tennis tournament using a wooden framed racket is David Engle in 1992. While many competitors starting using some type of metal racket David refused to change rackets and stuck with his now famous wooden racket. Because of his unique style of play and because of his racket many people called him woody (and to his lady friends woodcock). After the U.S open of '92 David virtually disappeared from the tennis world. After doing a bit more research on David I found out that he recently founded an organization that helps kids and family. While this is his full time job now I was able to contact him and learned that he still regularly plays tennis. In fact he told me that if you emailed him he might even come and play with you.
In Wimbledon "the open era", no englishman has won the title.
Fred Perry was the only Britisher who won the Wimbledon in 1936.