All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC)

In a star-studded ceremony, the All England Lawn Tennis Club unveiled the fully retractable roof on top of Wimbledon's No. 1 Court on Sunday

The total prize money for this year’s edition of the Wimbledon grand slam tennis tournament will be £38m (€37.2m/$41.8m), an 11.8-per-cent increase on last year’s fund of £34m. The

All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club (AELTC) chairman Philip Brook has said the organisation is considering changing its traditional ballot process for tickets to the Wimbledon grand slam tournament…

Wimbledon is set to expand its grounds after a nearby golf club agreed to sell its land to the organisers of the tennis Grand Slam tournament

In an effort to appease players and fans alike, Wimbledon will introduce tie-breaks when matches reach 12-12 in the final set from next year

The All England Lawn Tennis Club – operator of the Wimbledon grand slam – moved a step closer to tripling the size of its ground after members of a nearby golf course agreed to hold a vote on whether …

Member nations of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) have voted in favour of a major reform package for the Davis Cup, with Lille or Madrid to host the first final of the revamped men’s national t…

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has unveiled a 7.6 per cent increase in prize money for this year’s edition of Wimbledon, along with a new sustainability drive for the grand slam tournament.

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has appointed Keith Prowse as the exclusive official hospitality provider for the Wimbledon grand slam tournament.

The All England Club has expanded its hospitality offering and introduced a more flexible approach to attract smaller bookings and target high-net-worth individuals. Ben Cronin speaks to James Ralley, AELTC head of marketing and commercial, about the changes.

As new technology has opened new methods of media distribution, stakeholders from across the sports feeding chain have set out to establish themselves as media businesses

Wimbledon's long-term commercial strategy is driven by an increased focus on projecting itself as a global brand and protecting its standing as a premium sports property. Ben Cronin speaks to Mick Desmond, commercial and media director for the All England Club (AELTC) and James Ralley, head of marketing, commercial and hospitality about how this strategy boosts the value of its media rights.

Wimbledon’s long-term commercial strategy is driven by an increased focus on projecting itself as a global brand and protecting its standing as a premium sports property. In part three, Ben Cronin speaks to Alexandra Willis, head of communications, content & digital to investigate the grand slam's more permissive approach to activation online.

The All England Lawn and Tennis Club (AELTC), organising body of Wimbledon, has secured a £175m (€195.8m/$228m) loan facility for the second phase of the redevelopment project at the grounds of the UK’s grand slam tennis tournament.

IT software company IBM has outlined a series of artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives that will be introduced through its partnership with the All England Club for this year’s Wimbledon Championships.

The All England Club, organiser of the Wimbledon Championships, has revealed a 12.5 per cent increase in total prize money for its 2017 edition, continuing the trend of the four tennis grand slams in raising the funds on offer at their events.

The All England Club, organiser of the Wimbledon Championships, has revealed that total prize money for this year’s tournament will increase to £28.1m (€36.3m/$41m), in a move that continues an ongoing upward financial trend across the four grand slam tennis events.

A team of Interpublic agencies, led by McCann London and comprising Octagon and UM, has been appointed to grow the brand of the Wimbledon tennis grand slam in key markets worldwide.

The All England Club, organiser of the Wimbledon Championships, has defended its decision to increase prize money for this year’s event to a total of £26.75m (€37.4m/$41m), the highest of the four grand slam tennis tournaments.

The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) has announced that the overall prize fund for this year’s Wimbledon Championships will total £25m (€30.4m/$42m), an increase of £2.4m on the previous year’s grand slam tournament.