Best Answer


User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2012-06-27 13:20:41
This answer is:
User Avatar
Study guides


21 cards

What happens if carbon dioxide levels in the blood are too low

Which sport combined the games of handball and squash

What type of surface is the All-England championships at Wimbledon played on

Which of these sports features a competition known as the Grand Slam

See all cards

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: How many strawberries are eaten at Wimbledon tennis each year?
Write your answer...
Related questions

What tennis championships take place at Wimbledon?

The 'Wimbledon Championships' take place at Wimbledon in London each year. It's considered the most prestigious tennis tournament in professional tennis.

How much do tennis players get for each round at Wimbledon?

it is £55

Last grand slam tennis played each year?


What is the official food served at Wimbledon each year?

strawberries, or some say strawberry shortcake

What big sporting event is held at Wimbledon each year?

The Champions, Wimbledon. It is the world's oldest tennis tournament having being held in Wimbledon since 1877. It runs for two weeks in June/July each year.

Who has won Wimbledon the most times in tennis?

Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova each have a record 20 Wimbledon titles. DERRICK FISHER

How much do tennis girls and boys make at the Wimbledon championship?

Wimbledon is the most prestigious tennis competition in the sport. In 2012, winners of the championship earned 1, 150, 000 British pounds each in the singles men and ladies category.

What type of grass was used for the tennis court at Wimbledon?

All the courts at Wimbledon are made up of rye grass, with each blade being an average of only 8 millimetres in length.

How many tennis balls used at Wimbledon tournament?

for each match they give the match 500 balls in the huge buckets

Which tennis players won the most Wimbledon singles titles?

According to the Wimbledon website (refer to the link,below), Martina Navartilova won the most Wimbledon singles titles with 9, followed by W.C. Renshaw and Pete Sampras with 7 each.

How many players at Wimbledon tennis 2008?

128 players feature in each singles event, 64 pairs in each single-sex doubles event, and 48 pairs in Mixed Doubles

How much does a female tennis player earn in the first round at Wimbledon?

They earn 17,000 each game that's if you pro and win. If not pro or win its 100.

How much cash do you get if you win Wimbledon?

None - cause I am terrible at tennis! Each Wimbledon has a larger purse every year. It seems like they always try to outdo themselves from prior years and continually add strong (RICH) sponsoring corporations.

Who won the 2012 tennis tournament?

There are countless professional tennis tournaments each year. There is no one extremely important tournament. The four grand slams (US Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and the Australian Open) are the biggest tournaments in tennis each year. in 2012 Novak Djokovic won the Australian Open and the three others have not been played yet.

Elias has no strawberries He will eat the same number of strawberries each day for a week How many strawberries will he eat each day?

-12.98xpi to the power of 6

Name a famous tennis event held each year in the UK?

The Championships, Wimbledon, or simply, Wimbledon, is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is widely considered as the most prestigious.[2][3][4][5] It has been held at the All England Club in the London suburb of Wimbledon since 1877. It is the oldest of the four Grand Slam tennis tournaments, and the only one still played on grass courts. The tournament runs annually for 14 days from late June to early July, [6], with the climax being the men's singles final, scheduled for a Sunday. As of the 2008 tournament, five major events are contested, as well as four junior events and four invitational events. Wimbledon is third in the annual Grand Slam season. The hard court Australian Open and clay court French Open precede Wimbledon. The hard court U.S. Open follows. The grass court Queen's Club Championships also in London is a popular warm up tournament for Wimbledon. Wimbledon traditions include the eating of strawberries and cream, royal patronage, strict dress code for competitors, and ball boys and girls. A much unloved tradition, "rain stops play" calls leading to schedule over-runs, is set to be reduced with the fitting of a retractable roof to Centre Court from 2009.

How many strawberries in a pint?

The number of strawberries in a pint varies. The size of each strawberries varies so much that no one can determine how many strawberries are actually in a pint.

How many trophies has maria sharapova won in tennis?

Through mid-2012, Maria Sharapova has won 27 World Tennis Association titles and 4 Grand Slam wins (one each at Wimbledon and in the French, US, and Australian Opens). She also has 3 trophies in WTA doubles.

How far is London Heathrow airport to Wimbledon?

Heathrow Airport and Wimbledon are about 10 miles away from each other.

Who has won most Wimbledon finals?

Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova each have won 20 Wimbledon titles.

If you had 0.7 kg of strawberries and gave half of them to your brother how many strawberries will you have left?

It depends how much each of the strawberries weighed. You have 0.35 kg left, so if each strawberry was 35g, you would have ten of them left.

Who won the Wimbledon championship most of the time?

Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova each have a record 20 Wimbledon titles.

What do we call Tennis played with two players on each side?

Tennis played with two players on each side is called doubles tennis.

Who has won the most womens titles at Wimbledon?

Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova each have won a record 20 Wimbledon titles.

How do you become a ball boy at Wimbledon 2009?

Enroll in a program participating school and receive a nomination from that school's administration. To receive a nomination a student must meet these requirements; complete the first six modules of the online course, be a freshman or sophomore, have no exams during Wimbledon, be physically fit, have a good knowledge of tennis and be available for all the tourney times.=Step 2==Pass a test on the court and scoring rules at Wimbledon. This is after a person receives notification from his school of the ball boy nomination.==Step 3==Be able to correctly follow instructions and relate those instructions to the tennis court. You must also pass a hand-eye coordination test and demonstrate the physical abilities required of a ball boy at Wimbledon.==Step 4==Attend the full Wimbledon training course to verify that you can indeed complete all of the tasks necessary to become a ball boy at Wimbledon. The training begins in February and lasts until mid-June. The training isn't continuous and generally works around each participant's school schedule. There are four sessions per week and each last about two hours.==Step 5==Complete the training successfully and then take delivery of an invitation to become a ball boy at Wimbledon. During the training, each participant receives a daily grading and after the completion of the course, the trainee will receive notification of her selection.=