Marcelo Rios: "Grass is for cows."
The Chilean's record at Wimbledon: One fourth round, two first rounds.
I have to give the edge to the Italian, just ahead of Borg and Rios. I don't think Borg would be able to compete with his traditional serve/volley game and in the age of poly strings, while Rios, though arguably a Wimbledon legend because, unlike others, he never lost to Sampras, Agassi, Rafter, Ivanisevic, Krajicek or Henman there, did lose a classic five-setter against peak Francisco Clavet, and didn't really bother to show up for it most of the time.
The Wombles are mainly for kids, so although I respect what they've achieved, I think there should be an asterisk there as they haven't fully branched into the adult market of television and mixed it with the big-hitters. Also, they are more of a regional attraction-not exactly Game Of Thrones or The X-Files.
Cliff Richard is a fixture at Wimbledon but again, like Borg, his best days were in the sixties/seventies when there wasn't a depth of competition in the charts e.g. no Adele, Lady Gaga, Robbie Williams etc. so although he's given us the odd memorable singalong on Centre Court, I'm not sure it is enough to eclipse peak Fognini, who has reached a few third rounds and maybe an odd fourth.
I understand it's controversial to put Fognini ahead of Borg and some won't agree and will accuse me of bias.
1. The Fog
4. Cliff Richard
5. The Wombles