This is a match I'd never been able to find complete stats for, until now. A couple of days ago we were talking about webarchive.org, so I had another look and it turns out that Wimbledon's official website is archived there all the way back to 1996. Don't know about anyone else but I didn't even get my first internet connection until '97, so this feels like a bit of ancient history for me. Makes me wonder if there were internet message boards for tennis, too. Anyway Wimbledon.org published huge boxscores of match statistics in '96, for the men and women. It would be interesting to know who did these stats and why they're not published in such detail anymore. The boxscores are here: http://web.archive.org/web/19970130121112/www.wimbledon.org/live/resulndx3.html. Very rudimentary. Instead of hyperlinks to individual sets, all the information appears on one page as one big chart. And there are no aces, just the "service winners" (which correspond to the "total returns errors" in another row). The ATP has Krajicek leading in aces by 28-8. In the boxscore Krajicek leads in total points by 116-101. The ATP has 150-112, apparently because they counted aces and df's twice; if those are subtracted once, the ATP numbers drop to 114-99.