The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has narrated a short film "Worth the Wait" that was created by the Wimbledon team to mark what would have been the opening day of Wimbledon 2020. Wimbledon 2020 was cancelled due to the global pandemic - the first time that the tournament has been cancelled since World War II.
Kate Middleton became the royal patron of the All England Club in 2016, taking over from the Queen, who had held the role for more than six decades. She has been a regular at the tournament in recent years. Here is a look at her message to Wimbledon fans around the world.
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