Infographic: Legendary men of Wimbledon

Six-time winner Roger Federer plays a forehand during this year's Wimbledon quarterfinals. Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images

Twenty-four hours on Centre Court in Wimbledon finals? Roger Federer could do it, thanks to his win over Novak Djokovic on Friday.

The record for most Open era Wimbledon titles? Federer could match it with one more victory this weekend.

The longest Wimbledon final ever? Federer already played in it -- but hey, it could always be broken.

All of those stats and more are available in this infographic from English corporate hospitality group Keith Prowse; it's an info-packed illustration that explores the many men's legends of Wimbledon -- from Pete Sampras to John McEnroe to Rafael Nadal to, of course, Federer -- and their exploits on Centre Court.

This graphic is also available in interactive form on the Keith Prowse website.