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Search-engine giants Google celebrates the 140th
anniversary of Wimbledon today by dedicating a Doodle.
Wimbledon, also called The Championships
Search-engine giants Google celebrates the 140th anniversary of Wimbledon today by dedicating a Doodle. Wimbledon, also called The Championships worldwide, happens to be the oldest tennis tournament in the world and one of the most prestigious of the four grand slams in the sport.
Spencer Gore, was the winner of the first ever Wimbledon Championship. The Doodle is designed with a traditional Wimbledon way, with colours of purple and green, and an animated gif of two racquets, which is the dress code.
The grass-court tournament was started in the year 1877 with a mere 22 participants and a little over 200 people spectating the games. But today, the Grand Slam has come a long way, with over 700 players participating, over 500,000 spectating, and more than 10 million viewers across the world.
The Championships has seen many champions over the years and this year seems to be no different. Defending champion Andy Murray will take centre stage on the first day of Wimbledon on Monday, and his title defence is sure to be tested by rivals Wawrinka,and former champions Nadal and Djokovic who too are in their title aspirations.