There's a lot more going on at Wimbledon than just tennis.

Strawberries and cream are a traditional food at Wimbledon, with over 28,000 kg of strawberries and 10,000 liters of cream consumed during the tournament.

The ball boys and ball girls at Wimbledon are chosen from local schools in the area and have to go through a rigorous selection process.

The court at Wimbledon's Centre Court is famous for its retractable roof, which allows play to continue in the event of rain.

The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is located at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club and contains a collection of tennis memorabilia, including equipment used by past champions and trophies won at the tournament.

The royal family is often in attendance at Wimbledon, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton, being regulars at the tournament.

The Wimbledon Championships are known for their strict adherence to tradition, with elements such as the umpire's cry of "Game, Set, Match," and the use of white clothing by players being part of the tournament's long-standing customs.

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Tennis: "Fun Facts About Wimbledon"