Top 10 iconic Wimbledon moments
- CNN World Sport selects 10 iconic moments in Wimbledon's 133-year history
- John McEnroe's famous rant towards the umpire in 1981 is included
- Australian Pat Cash's dash to the players' box in 1987 makes the cut too
- Wimbledon's first Centre Court streaker -- in 1996 -- is also there
(CNN) -- As the oldest major tennis championship, Wimbledon can boast a heritage and tradition second to none.
After 133 years of action at the All England club in south-west London, there are many memorable moments to choose from, and CNN World Sport has selected its top 10.
Not necessarily dictated by the on-court action, our list incorporates the ridiculous as well as the sublime, the embarrassing alongside the triumphant.
A host of the tournament's best-loved players are in there, from John McEnroe to Boris Becker, Virginia Wade to Jana Novotna, as well as some lesser-known faces, like that of the Centre Court's first streaker in 1996.
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As the oldest major tennis championship, Wimbledon can boast a heritage and tradition second to none.
Open Court host and former champion Pat Cash is shown around Wimbledon village by Andy Roddick's personal cab driver.
More than 130 years ago a tiny crowd of just 200 spectators -- some huddled on the 30 wooden seats available -- watched the first final.
Wimbledon's first poet is serving up a poem for every day of the two-week grand slam, chronicling the sights and sounds of south-west London.
John Isner says his 11-hour match at Wimbledon against Nicolas Mahut was "absolutely crazy" and at one point he thought it might never end.
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