However old you are - and whether or not you bagged tickets in the ballot - the Wimbledon fortnight is one of the highlights of the summer, packed with action, emotion and, of course, strawberries and cream. While the Championships celebrates 140 years this year, it's only been for the last 90 that we've all been able to share in the excitement - thanks to the BBC, which broadcast its first ever radio commentary by Captain Henry Blythe Thornhill (Teddy) Wakelam from Centre Court on June 29, 1927. Here are some highlights from the 1920s to today...
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By The Newsroom
Thursday, 6th July 2017, 12:47 pm
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