Nothing has changed here over the 135 summers, since 1877 and the value that has been shown to this event can even gray out the quote "Change is the only constant". And now it is one of the greatest sporting events in the world!!
What is the specialty exist in it? how is it still holding the huge audience in the emerging world, when people expect changes in anything and everything they do?
Yes, there are some changes, to the audience rather than in the event itself. Below are those sensational things that entitle popularity for ever.
Grass court: that is certainly used only for 2 weeks in a year.
Royalty bow: followed tradition, players to bow to the members of the royal family seated in the royal box upon entering or leaving court.
White clothing: including hats, socks and shoes to be almost entirely white.
Salutation: players are referred to as Mr, Miss and Mrs in each and every instances.
Nomenclature: while all other tournaments have men and women's singles and doubles, Wimbledon has a more formal way for addressing it as Ladies' and Gentlemen's singles or doubles.
Only ground roll: no ball boys throw or toss ball to player.
Day break: the middle sunday of the Wimbledon fortnight is always a day off in tournament.
Clear ground: Wimbledon does not put any sponsor advertising around its courts.
Tickets: Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam tournament where fans without tickets for a match can queue up and still get seat.
Strawberries & cream: Spectators and players are offered strawberries and cream as the typical stand food at the tournament.
Umbrellas: Rain is as much a part of Wimbledon as the adrenaline-pumping on-court action. And, although the rain does put a brake on the game, it allows photographers some pretty scenic shots. Also, accompanying the rain always are plenty of umbrellas, many in dark green and purple - the colour of Wimbledon.
Towels: Even towels and handkerchief provided to players would have pattern of dark green & purple; cloths supplied by Welspun.