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#100: Rosol's ranking entering Wimbledon. He is the lowest-ranked player to ever defeat Nadal in a major tournament.

June 11, 2007: The last time Nadal lost to a player ranked in triple digits. It came at the quarterfinals of Queen's Club against Nicholas Mahut, 7-5, 7-6(0). Mahut was ranked No. 106 at the time.

51: Consecutive wins by Nadal against players ranked 100th or higher before Thursday' loss.

#24: Before Thursday, the highest-ranked player Rosol had ever beaten was anothe Spaniard, Marcel Granollers, ranked No. 24 at the time when Rosol beat him in three sets in the second round of Miami this past March.

1,155: Points off his ranking Rafael Nadal will lose at the conclusion of the tournament, after reaching the finals a year ago. If Roger Federer reaches at least the quarterfinals, he will supplant Nadal as No. 2 in the world.

791: If the above should happen, Nadal would drop to No. 3 in the world on July 9 for the first time in 791 days - May of 2010. And Federer would regain the No. 2 spot for the first time since March 2011.

22: The minimum number of spots in the ATP Rankings that Rosol will gain by reaching the third round at Wimbledon with the upset.

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