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Weather forces Sunday action

...afternoon. Organizers waited until 6:35 p.m. to call off all matches. Earlier, All England Club chief executive Christopher Gorringe announced that play will be held today - traditionally a rest day in the two-week championships - to reduce the...

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The curtsy bows out at Wimbledon

...trophies. "It's been part of a discussion that's been going on for some time," All England chief executive Christopher Gorringe said. "It's sad, but we have to move on. We know there is very little bowing or curtsying done in royal circles...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/04/30/oth_371250.shtml
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Singing, not playing, in the rain at Wimbledon

...will still sit in the rain and have a good time," he said. "In Australia we could not get away with it." Christopher Gorringe, chief executive of the All England Club, acknowledged that the rain is tedious and frustrating for the fans...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/06/30/oth_264735.shtml
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Wimbledon set for Sunday play - if the weather holds

...history - if it stops raining. "We're sorry for another very frustrating day," All England Club chief executive Christopher Gorringe told fans over the public address system as he announced that play had been called off. It was only the second...

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