The LTA are sharing a series of videos with British players looking back at their favourite Wimbledon memories throughout the years
Last Updated: 10/07/20 11:52am
Tim Henman takes a trip down memory lane on his all-time favourite moments of The Championships as we mark the year of no grass-court action, and look forward to a return to the courts of Wimbledon next year.
The Great Britain ATP Cup captain recalls his first memory of Wimbledon, which was the first Monday in 1981 when he was a six-year-old and saw the great Bjorn Borg play.
Henman felt the previous 15 years of his life has been building towards his first-round match against the reigning French Open champion Yevgeny Kafelnikov in 1996.
He also spoke about his epic encounter against Paul Haarhuis a year later and becoming a four-time semi-finalist.