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As Wimbledon 2015 came to a dramatic conclusion, fans turned to Twitter to discuss all of the thrilling action. Highlights below, or check out the Twitter blog for all of the details:

#Wimbledon 2015 a success

8 BILLION
During the tournament (June 29 – July 12), Tweets about Wimbledon generated 8 billion impressions (views) on Twitter and across the web. Whether Tweeting about ‘that’ @rogerfederer lob, Dustin Brown’s (@DreddyTennis) surprise victory over @RafaelNadal, @NickKyrgios’s antics against @richardgasquet1 or @HeatherWatson92 taking @SerenaWilliams to the brink, fans turned to Twitter to take part in the excitement and be part of all the action.

MOST TWEETED MOMENTS
Here are the top three most tweeted about moments of the 2015 men’s Wimbledon on Twitter, as measured by TPM:

  • @rogerfederer wins second set tiebreaker over @DjokerNole in final
  • End of match: @DjokerNole defeats @rogerfederer in final
  • End of match: @rogerfederer defeats @andy_murray in semi-final

And here are the top Tweeted about women’s Wimbledon moments:

  • End of match: @serenawilliams defeats @GarbiMuguruza in final
  • End of match: @serenawilliams defeats Heather Watson (@HeatherWatson92) in third round
  • @HeatherWatson92 breaks for a 5-4 lead in second set against @serenawilliams in third round

The most-Tweeted about women’s players across the fortnight were:

  • Serena Williams (@serenawilliams)
  • Garbi Muguruza (@GarbiMuguruza)
  • Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova)

And here are the top three most discussed men’s players on Twitter:

  • Roger Federer (@rogerfederer)
  • Novak Djokovic (@DjokerNole)
  • Andy Murray (@andy_murray)

 

Posted by:TV By The Numbers

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