2005 Wimbledon Championships – Men's Singles

Men's Singles
2005 Wimbledon Championships
ChampionSwitzerland Roger Federer
Runner-upUnited States Andy Roddick
Final score6–2, 7–6(7–2), 6–4
Draw128 (16Q / 8WC)
WC Doublesmenwomen
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Roger Federer won Wimbledon for a third consecutive year by defeating Andy Roddick in the final for the second year in a row, 6–2, 7–6(7–2), 6–4 to win the Gentlemen's Singles tennis title at the 2005 Wimbledon Championships.[1]

This tournament was the first Grand Slam tournament in which future World No. 1 and Wimbledon champions Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic competed in the main draw. Both players were defeated in the third round: Djokovic was defeated by Sébastien Grosjean in four sets, while Murray was defeated by David Nalbandian after leading two sets to love; to date it remains the only professional match in which Murray has lost from two sets up.[2][3]
Novak Djokovic entered ATP Top 100 for the first time after this tournament.


01.   Switzerland Roger Federer (Champion)
02.   United States Andy Roddick (Final)
03.   Australia Lleyton Hewitt (Semifinals)
04.   Spain Rafael Nadal (Second round)
05.   Russia Marat Safin (Third round)
06.   United Kingdom Tim Henman (Second round)
07.   Argentina Guillermo Cañas (Withdrew)
08.   Russia Nikolay Davydenko (Second round)
09.   France Sébastien Grosjean (Quarterfinals)
10.   Croatia Mario Ančić (Fourth round)
11.   Sweden Joachim Johansson (Third round)
12.   Sweden Thomas Johansson (Semifinals)
13.   Spain Tommy Robredo (First round)
14.   Czech Republic Radek Štěpánek (Second round)
15.   Argentina Guillermo Coria (Fourth round)
16.   Argentina Mariano Puerta (First round)
17.   Spain David Ferrer (First round)
18.   Argentina David Nalbandian (Quarterfinals)
19.   Germany Tommy Haas (First round)
20.   Croatia Ivan Ljubičić (First round)
21.   Chile Fernando González (Quarterfinals)
22.   Slovakia Dominik Hrbatý (Second round)
23.   Spain Juan Carlos Ferrero (Fourth round)
24.   United States Taylor Dent (Fourth round)
25.   Germany Nicolas Kiefer (Third round)
26.   Spain Feliciano López (Quarterfinals)
27.   France Richard Gasquet (Fourth round)
28.   Czech Republic Jiří Novák (Third round)
29.   Chile Nicolás Massú (Second round)
30.   Sweden Robin Söderling (First round)
31.   Russia Mikhail Youzhny (Fourth round)
32.   Italy Filippo Volandri (First round)
33.   Belgium Olivier Rochus (Second round)

Click on the seed number of a player to go to their draw section.

Guillermo Cañas withdrew due to injury. He was replaced in the draw by the highest-ranked non-seeded player Olivier Rochus, who became the #33 seed.

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