Many of Wimbledon’s traditions are linked to its 1877 founding, from its strict dress code for both players and attendees, the absence of sponsor branding around the court to its popular strawberries and cream concession item, which dates back to Tudor England. But despite its historic roots, the All England Lawn Tennis Club is investing heavily in digital and social fan-facing initiatives, aiming to make sure its 142-year-old event is “future-proof.” “Being accessible to the audiences of the future is […]
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