TENNIS INDEX — PAUL FEIN

Andy Roddick's won-lost record on grass — against everyone except Roger Federer — during the past two years:

32-0.

Number of consecutive sets that Lleyton Hewitt, world No. 2, has lost to Roger Federer:

15.

Number of the top 5-ranked women players — Lindsay Davenport, Maria Sharapova, Amelie Mauresmo, Svetlana Kuznetsova and Elena Dementieva — who have won a Grand Slam event in 2005:

0.

Age of Rafael Nadal when he beat former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash, then 36, in an exhibition match in Mallorca:

14.

What French Open champion Rafael Nadal plans to build in his hometown of Mallorca, Spain:

A grass court.

Number of consecutive years that British star Tim Henman had reached the round of 16 or better before Russian Dmitry Tursunov upset him 6-3, 2-6, 6-3, 3-6, 8-6 in the 2005 Wimbledon second round:

9.

Only two players in the Open Era with a longer streak of round of 16 appearances at Wimbledon than Henman's:

Jimmy Connors — 14 (1972-85) and Pete Sampras — 10 (1992-2001).

What world No. 1 Roger Federer says he needs to work on:

"My drop shot."

Where Tony Roche, who coaches Roger Federer, says the 23-year-old Swiss needs to add more power and penetration:

His volley and second serve.

Who Celebopedia.com, the Internet's leading celebrity encyclopedia, announced was the most searched celebrity during the week of June 20-26 on its website:

Maria Sharapova.

Favourite subject of Maria Sharapova, who is enrolled in high school on the Internet Keystone National High School:

Biology.

Number of different women who have won the last six Grand Slam singles titles:

6.

Average height of the 2005 Wimbledon ladies' singles semifinalists — Venus Williams, Lindsay Davenport, Maria Sharapova and Amelie Mauresmo:

6' �".

What 2002 French Open champion Albert Costa calls 2005 French Open champion Rafael Nadal:

"An unbelievably complete player."

What Roger Federer told The Times (UK) is part of the reason 19-year-old Rafael Nadal won the French Open:

"He is new and the rest of the players have yet to figure him out."

What Rafael Nadal will have to do to become more successful on grass courts, according to U.S. Davis Cup captain and ESPN analyst Patrick McEnroe:

"Get on the baseline" — instead of positioning himself several feet behind it during rallies.

Eleni Daniilidou's won-lost record in 2005 when she upset Justine Henin-Hardenne 7-6, 2-6, 7-5 in the Wimbledon first round:

8-12.

Number of decibels that Maria Sharapova's grunt was recorded at by the British tabloid Sun's "grunt-o-meter" during Wimbledon:

101.2 — almost as loud as a police siren.

What longtime Wimbledon referee Alan Mills says "is something I would like to see stopped":

Loud grunting.

Length of time Wimbledon ball kids are required to stand still without moving as part of their training:

4 minutes.

How far the William Hill bookmaker odds on Andrew Murray, an 18-year-old Scot, dropped during Wimbledon where he upset 13th-seeded Radek Stepanek before losing to 2002 finalist David Nalbandian in five sets:

From 500-1 at the start to 16-1 at one stage.

Seventeen-year-old who frequently takes a pair of scissors to make her outfits more revealing:

Tatiana Golovin.

Number of seeded teams that Stephen Huss and Wesley Moodie beat when they became the first qualifying team to capture a Grand Slam doubles title, at Wimbledon, in their debut at the tour level:

5 — Nos. 1, 2, 3, 6 and 9 seeds.

Number of different doubles partners that Stephen Huss, a 29-year-old Australian, has had in 13 Grand Slam events:

12.

Percent of tennis that is mental, according to Maria Sharapova:

75.

Number of years — before Venus Williams escaped a championship point against her to win the 2005 Wimbledon title — since that feat was last achieved in the ladies final there:

70 — Helen Wills Moody survived a championship point against Helen Jacobs in the 1935 final.

Number of times per week that former world No. 1 Monica Seles says she can practice because of the pain in her foot following a stress fracture:

2.

What tennis legend Billie Jean King said to Roger Federer at Elton John's benefit event for AIDS on June 23rd:

"I've never done this before in my whole life, but can I get a picture [photo] with you?"