What makes the ultimate Wimbledon champion?

After a fortnight of lively debate about #WhatMakesGreat in a Wimbledon champion, including key input from Jamie Murray and Anne Keothavong, from IBM’s groundbreaking artificial intelligence Watson, and of course from you, the fans, the results are in. It was a big question – #WhatMakesGreat – but you have embraced the challenge and thrown yourself into the search for the greatest attributes of Wimbledon winners over the past three decades, and now you will see exactly which qualities make up the ultimate Wimbledon champion. Fast and fierce: there’s no stopping Federer Credit: Getty IBM and the Telegraph have been looking at six key areas of ability that are essential for great champions: serving, returning, passion, playing under pressure, stamina and adapting to or imposing their game on a rival. #WhatMakesGreat Wimbledon champion? Stamina, determination, drive, power, skill, poker face, hard work, confidence and a bit of luck!— Kate Smith (@wittykate14) June 29, 2017 And we have had some invaluable help from Watson, IBM’s groundbreaking artificial-intelligence platform, to analyse nearly three decades of Telegraph coverage – that’s more than 11 million words – Wimbledon annuals and Wimbledon.com. Best under pressure at Wimbledon? It’s got to be Murray – the expectations of…

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