Virtual Wimbledon is here!

It’s Wimbledon time!

Okay, perhaps it isn’t actually happening this year, but 99% of us only watch it on TV anyway so let’s sit back with some strawberries and cream and a tasty Web of the Week Mocktails and enjoy some tennis!

And we don’t even have to worry about rain stopping play!

Fun fact!

During the tournament a hawk named Rufus circles the grounds every morning to scare away the pigeons.
He’s almost as well-known as the players!
You can find more fun Wimbledon facts here

Wimbledon’s Greatest Championships

In order to create the reknowned spirit and atmosphere, Wimbledon staff have been working really hard to create a fun virtual experience.  From Monday 29th June, the Wimbledon website will be showing some of the Greatest Championship replays for us all to enjoy.  Click on the image below to go straight there!

The best game ever?

What is your favourite Wimbledon moment?  As British fans, we’ll probably agree on this epic game… Do you remember when Andy Murray took on Roger Federer in the Singles Semi-Finals in 2015?  We thought that you would enjoy watching this endless game again.

Wimbledon’s funniest moments

As Web of the Week is all about uplifting content, we thought we would finish off our WoW Wimbledon experience with a compilation of some of the funniest moments.  Sit back and enjoy!

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