Wimbledon opposed, open to coaching

Chairman Philip Brook says that while Wimbledon is philosophically opposed to any form of coaching, he does want to see what the fuss is about.

“The situation is very confusing for everybody. Wimbledon and others think the time has come for an adult conversation across the sport,” Brook told media in London.

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“What we would like to learn from those who have conducted trials is, ‘Okay, persuade us why it is a good idea’.”

“Tennis is a gladiatorial contest. It’s one of the things that differentiates it in world sport,” the tournament’s account Tweeted.

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