Wimbledon wont budge on World Cup final clash

Wimbledon wont budge on World Cup final clash

Wimbledon wont budge on World Cup final clash

The rules of entry to the All England Club, which hosts the grass-court classic, state that ticket holders must turn off cellphones and electronic devices when in the stands.

The All England Club CEO Richard Lewis is confident that everything will go well.

England go up against talented opponents in Croatia who stand as thriving dark horses in a very competitive World Cup in Russian Federation.

Still, spectators will have to utilize their own resources to watch the match, as the club also declined to show the game on the big screen just outside of one of the stadiums.

Said Lewis: "We want people to be able to enjoy in this modern era the fact that this is a tennis event but that there is something else very special going on".

"I think it would be huge if we win".

"Our attitude is that if people aren't affecting other people's enjoyment of the tennis, if they have it on silent or are listening on an earphone, then that is fine", Lewis said, according to The (London) Guardian.

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In preparation for the game, Wimbledon bosses have wrapped a condition that bans phones and tablets so that tennis and football fans can stay on top of both sports at the same time, The Times reports.

He denied that this represented a relaxation of rules, which he said refer to mobile phone calls, talking loudly, and behaviour which causes disruption to the tennis and spectators.

"We've installed public WiFi, very strong WiFi signal".

Roger Federer has weighed in on the great Wimbledon-World Cup debate as two of the sporting highlights of the entire year are set to clash on Sunday afternoon.

Wimbledon organisers have confirmed to the BBC that Sunday's men's singles final will not be moved even if England do reach the Fifa World Cup final. [Football fans] will hear every point, 'Wow, 0-15, 15-30.' The players are going to look up to the... "Maybe you should ask the same questions [about the potential clash] to the people over in Russian Federation".

"I saw a few pictures the size of Croatia compared to size of Russian Federation, and I think if we are already to be in semi-finals is unbelievable, but if we can make it further, it's really good, as well".

DUP leader Arlene Foster and Olympic medallists Sir Steve Redgrave, Sir Matthew Pinsent and Sir Ben Ainslie are among those in the Royal Box.

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