Although nobody sells food in the stands on Center Court at Wimbledon, spectators are permitted to bring food in from the grounds' restaurants and food kiosks. The same is true for the other courts at Wimbledon.
Yes, a retractable roof was added to the center court at Wimbledon in 2009.
As of 2009, there is a retractable roof on the Wimbledon center court.
There isn't one.
"If" by Rudyard Kipling
The seating capacity of Wimbledon's Centre Court is 15,000.
The capacity of Wimbledon Centre Court at the time of the 2009 Championships is 15,000.
center court, wimbledon!
£80m. Source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport2/hi/tennis/8125151.stm
The All England Club hosts Wimbledon.
It is simply called "Centre Court"
No, there are thousands of them
Wimbledon is in South London, in England (in the borough of Merton).
According to the Wimbledon website (refer to the link, below), as of June 2009, the grass courts at Wimbledon are made of "100% Perennial Ryegrass".
The first female to umpire at Wimbledon was a lady called Catherine McTavish.
In the Centre Court
Wimbledon is the most famous.