Wimbledon has 19 Courts
Wimbledon is played on grass courts.
All 19 Wimbledon courts are made up of Rye Grass.
The nineteen courts used for Wimbledon are composed purely of rye grass.
19 grass courts that are used for tournaments, and another 14 grass courts used for practice.WrongAccording tothe AELTC official website - as at July 2009 there are 19 grass courts used for tournaments and 22 grass courts for practice
the Davis Cup and Wightman Cup tournaments
The 1951 Wimbledon Championships took place on the outdoor grass courts at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon, London, United Kingdom. The tournament ran from 25 June until 6 July.
Wimbledon is a region of London, famous for the tennis courts there, and the Wombles of Wimbledon Common.
Australian Open (Hard Court) French Open (Clay Court) Wimbledon (Grass) US Open (Hard Courts)
Tennis competition. In Wimbledon, London, England is a yearly competition, on grass.
Grass tennis is tennis which is played on grass. A famous grass tennis arena is the Wimbledon.
Tennis courts may be made of virtually any materials, the most notable of which are represented by the four tennis Grand Slam venues: hard (cement or similar; the most common tennis playing surface, played at both the Australian Open and US Open tournaments), clay (true, crushed brick, synthetic; the second most common tennis playing surface, played at the French Open tournament), and grass (the eponymous progenitor of "lawn tennis", specially blended and cut; the least common tennis playing surface, due to its high maintenance costs, played at the Wimbledon and International Tennis Hall of Fame, Rhode Island, USA, tournaments). Other surfaces include artificial grass(carpet), packed sand, and rubberized asphalt. Certain poor areas and island nations use whatever resources they have available, such as crushed sea shells, wood planks, etc, or just put up a make-shift net on deserted tarmacs, empty streets, etc.