Lush courts, strawberry-cream, white clothes. It’s a distinctive point of Wimbledon, but the lawn-court Grand Slam, to be held from June 27, has some changes as well. In this world’s oldest and most prestigious tennis event, some traditions will be seen breaking this time. Matches will also be played on Sunday, while players will also be suitable to exercise on Center Court and Court No.
Piecemeal from this, Roger Federer, the most successful player of this Grand Slam, won’t play at Wimbledon for the first time in his career. The All England Tennis Club has banned Russian- Belarus players from playing because of Russia’s irruption of Ukraine. As a result, the ATP and WTA took down ranking points from the event.
It will be very time no break in the middle of Wimbledon, all 14 days will be matches
It will be the first time, there will be no break in the middle of the match in Wimbledon. All the clashes will be played for 14 days. Prior to this, matches were generally not held on the Sundays between the first week of Wimbledon and the alternate week. Matches were played only when the first many matches couldn’t take place due to bad rainfall. Only four occasions in the event’s 145- time history were matches held on Middle Sundays. By doing this, broadcasters and organizers are anticipated to earn further.
Top players will be allowed to exercise on the prestigious Center Court and Main Show Court( Court- 1). before, he could only go on this lawn court when he’d a match during the crown. Britain’s number- 1 player Cameron Norie said that this would profit the players.
Center Court will celebrate its 100th birthday. This time it’ll be shown 100 times at the Center Court. After three times, outside the club, suckers will be seen staying overnight in the camp and staying for the ticket window to open.
World number- 1 Medvedev and number- 2 Zverev will not participate
Number 1 Medvedev, Rublev, and Sabalenka, Azarenka won’t play due to the ban on Russia Belarus players. Current World Number 2 Zverev is recovering from a heel injury, so he withdrew. Federer of Switzerland is in recovery after knee surgery. Osaka withdrew with a leg injury.