In the Wimbledon Championship Matches ball boys and girls or simply known as BBGs. BBGs play a vital role in the proper running of the tournament with a brief that a good BBG should not be seen. They should mix together into the backdrop and get on with their jobs silently.
Ball boys were provided by Goldings since 1947. Before this from the 1920s onwards The Shaftsbury Children's Home supplies the ball boys. Conventionally Wandsworth Boys Grammar School in Sutherland Grove Southfields and Mayfield Girls School on West Hill in Wandsworth, both now obsolete were the schools of option for assortment of BBGs. All England Club possibly owing to their nearness. The average age of BBGs is 15 year old being selected for championship from the school years 9the and 10th. On BBGs will serve maximum two tournaments.
With regard to 2005 BBGs of six teams two of the four corners of the net and the team will rotate one hour on the ground, 1 hour for the day of the game. Teams who do not say that the court follow the same standards in all courts: As the required number of courts and the extension of the tennis day, as of 2008, about 250 BBGs. Prospective BBGs first run school headmaster, who is considered a choice. It is necessary to ensure the candidate must pass the written test on the rules of tennis, and pass fitness, mobility and compliance checks against initial preliminary instruction material.
Successful candidates will begin training phase from February the final BBGs through ongoing assessment with regard to 2008, was elected, this training was taking 600th The training includes weekly sessions of physical, procedural and theoretical instruction, to ensure that BBGs are fast, attentive, confident and adaptable to situations. As for 2011, early training occurs at Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Club include dishes, as well as the side of the area weeks before feeling the 8, 9 and 10courts of the grass court championship. Wimbledon Tickets are Available at Sport Ticket Exchange.