Wimbledon 2021: Dozens of tennis fans queue despite rainy weather

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Spectators queued in long lines for the first day of Wimbledon despite rainy weather.

With scattered downpours forecast, stars due to play on the opening day of Wimbledon on Monday may be forced off court.

Historically, inclement weather has tended to force the postponement of all matches scheduled on rainy days at the Championships.

However, the investment in roofs over Centre Court and Court 1 in recent years means the unpredictability of the British weather is less likely to affect the schedule – although the experience of sitting courtside with strawberries and cream in hand may not feel quite the same.

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