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By Chris Oddo | @TheFanChild | Monday June 29, 2020

Sigh. Today is the day that Wimbledon 2020 was supposed to begin. It’s one of the best days of the tennis year and, sadly, it is one that we’ll simply have to get through rather than embrace.

Thankfully, many top stars and Wimbledon legends made it easier today by posting tributes to the Championships. And we at Tennis Now plan to make it easier for you by gathering some of the best in one place. Beyond that, all we can say is that we’ll miss Wimbledon terribly and we can’t wait for 2021!

1. Mr. Andy Murray, two-time Champion and the man that broke the Fred Perry curse…


2. A note from perhaps the greatest Wimbledon legend of them all—Martina Navratilova (the woman who owns nine singles titles and 20 overall, if you’re scoring at home).

3. So many Wimbledon memories…

4.Last year it was Simona’s year at SW19. Who’s year was it gonna be in 2020? Sadly we’ll never find out.

5. Two-time champion and beloved personality Petra Kvitova is missing it with the rest of us…


Missing this 🌱 #wimbledonrecreated

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6. 2018 champ Angelique Kerber—such an incredible player on grass.

7. Before there was Roger, there was the Rocket!

8. Pete Sampras won his seventh and final Wimbledon title in 2000. Too bad there’ll be no celebration in person, but the video below might be just what some of you need right now…

9. Chris Evert and John McEnroe—a pair of stunners.

10. French flair at Wimbledon is always extra special.

11. Let’s all join Julia Goerges and have some strawberries (yes please on the cream).

12. This could have been a big year for Iga Swiatek in London.

13. We were there last year, courtside, watching this incredible match develop. It still gives us chills.

14. Heather Watson embraces the memories…

15. We’ll let the Duchess of Cambridge take us out. Take care everybody and see you in 2021!


Narrated by The Duchess of Cambridge⁣ ⁣ #WimbledonRecreated | ⁣@KensingtonRoyal

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