Here are the winners for this match. I didn't have the time -- at least for now -- to go through this match for the net stats. So here are just the winners, aces and doubles, and some fifth-set stats I did a few months ago. Borg d. Connors 0-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-0, 6-4 Borg had 16 aces and 4 doubles. Connors had 1 ace and 2 doubles. Borg made 30 winners: 5 forehands, 6 backhands, 8 forehand volleys, 8 backhand volleys, and 3 smashes. Connors made 48 winners: 14 forehands, 9 backhands, 9 forehand volleys, 9 backhand volleys, and 7 smashes. Borg's winners by set: 4, 8, 4, 8, 6. Connors' winners by set: 7, 14, 4, 9, 14. Connors leads in winners by a ratio of 1.6 to 1. That is better from Borg’s perspective than the ratio of their Forest Hills final, which was 2.8 to 1. Connors’ lead in ground-stroke winners, 23 to 11, again is better than the lead of 29 to 11 that Connors had at Forest Hills. Connors’ total falls short of the 54 he had in the Forest Hills final, which was one tiebreak longer than this Wimbledon match. But his total is still impressive – higher than the 40 he got against Newcombe on Australian grass in 1975, a match three games longer than this one. In each set -- even the fourth -- Connors equaled or led Borg in winners. Borg had one service return winner, a forehand that died off the netcord. On top of this he had 8 passing shots (3 were FH's) and no lobs. Connors had no service return winners. He had 12 passing shots (8 were FH's). In addition he made 2 lob winners, both off the backhand and in succession, at 1-2 in the fifth with Borg serving. Both men were baseliners, but each got more winners from volleys/smashes than ground strokes. At Forest Hills on clay, they had each had a slight edge in ground strokes. In the marathon 24-point game at 4-3 in the second set, Borg had 3 winners. Connors, who lost the game, had no aces, 1 double, and 5 winners. That compares favorably with the 34-point tiebreak from 1980, in which Borg had 3 winners and McEnroe 10.