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How can ancient traditions be maintained alongside demands of a 21st century competition?
The FT's John Burn-Murdoch explains why the men's and women's games of tennis are diverging
Success of Federer, Nadal and Djokovic pushes average age in last 16 above 30 for first time
Sales of fully tradeable instrument offer good returns for wealthy tennis fans and All England Club
Neil Stubley, the man responsible for the tennis tournament’s famous grass courts, offers his golden rules
Scot scores emotional straight sets victory over Milos Raonic
Better facilities and moving tournaments are set to change the landscape
John McEnroe adds to the Canadian’s armour on grass
Next royals of the courts have yet to show up as tennis lacks a system for producing all-time greats
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Wimbledon organiser on running the tournament