The news page features traditional print journalism as well as photo galleries and interviews. Interviews will also be available in audio and video formats. On the live pages IBM's NetCam technology will be used to grab still images from broadcast cameras on various courts and transfer them to the Web. An interactive twist on the theme will be provided by SlamCam - a robotic camera that Web visitors can control to take their own pictures.
Radio Wimbledon will provide commentary, including some from Radio 5. Video highlights and special games are also promised. For those who think they can do a better job than the seedings computer, there is a fantasy Wimbledon game with prize-money.
Ticket details are available on the official site, but the Wimbledon Web pages are an alternative source. Essentially a bulletin board, there are messages about tickets wanted and tickets for sale, houses and flats to rent, plus appeals for specific information such as complete listings of all German Wimbledon finalists. Being part of a wider community Website there are also links to listings and reviews of bars, clubs, restaurants, theatres and cinemas to fill in the off-court time.
If you are interested in exploring further afield Tennis Org UK's pages are worth a visit. Although they do not appear to have been updated for more than a year, they are still a useful resource. It has an online tennis game in the style of the first-generation video games that appeared in the 70s.
Official Wimbledon Web Site
Tennis Org UK