Wimbledon

Wimbledon card game simulating Tennis published by Pepys (Castell Bros Ltd), 1959. A “Double Feature” game with a tennis court, a wooden ball and the endorsement of Fred Perry. According to the rules booklet, the scoring and object of the game are exactly the same as for a real game of tennis. See the Tennis Court

Wimbledon card game published by Pepys (Castell Bros Ltd), 1959 Wimbledon card game published by Pepys (Castell Bros Ltd), 1959

Above: Wimbledon card game published by Pepys (Castell Bros Ltd), 1959. 45 cards + 14 service cards + tennis court + ball + rules in box.

A new edition was published for the Fred Perry company centenary year 2009

A reproduction by Lagoon Games was published in 2011 titled Grand Slam

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