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Wimbledon 2021 to go ahead with or without fans

Next year’s Wimbledon will take place with or without fans, organisers have confirmed. A statement released by the All England Lawn Tennis Club on Saturday

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BBC commentator and umpire David Mercer dies

BBC commentator and former tennis umpire David Mercer has died aged 70. Mercer, who umpired the 1984 Wimbledon final between John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors,

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Love tennis?  Would you love to write about the game? And the upcoming US and French Opens? Grandslamtennis.online is looking for young talent, with a

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A woman in a man’s world: GST Podcast returns with a brilliant story to tell

The Grand Slam Tennis podcast is back for a new series. From players and coaches, to authors and filmmakers, we’ve spoken to some unique people

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Silence not golden at Wimbledon

On what should have been Day One of the All England Championships, an eerie silence fell over a little slice of southwest London yesterday. Wimbledon

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No Wimbledon insurance plan for 2021

Wimbledon boss Richard Lewis has confirmed the event will not be in a position to take out pandemic insurance for 2021 after taking out a

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Wimbledon strawberries won’t go to waste

750kg of strawberries originally destined for Wimbledon will be turned into jam, a spokesman for the All England Club said on Sunday. England Preserves will

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Wimbledon engages with absent fans

With Wimbledon cancelled due to the COVID 19 pandemic, the AELTC  have launched their own “Wimbledon Recreated” to engage with the fans. You will recognise

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LTA in good shape to face pandemic downturn

With Wimbledon goes for 2020, the Lawn Tennis Association announced this week an operating profit of £8.7m, with revenue of £77m for 2019 – a

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Roger Federer leads Wimbledon thank you

Roger Federer narrates Wimbledon’s tribute to Britain’s NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic