The men's final starts at 2pm, with the World Cup final at 4pm.
The All England Tennis Club Boss did sate the final would take place at the said as its done every year despite the fact that England who are now hosting the tennis event stand a chance of making the World Cup final.
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Lewis said the tournament had learnt its lesson after showing the 1996 European Championship semi-final between England and Germany, which was decided on penalties, on the big screen.
But All England Lawn Tennis Club chief Richard Lewis told the BBC: "We have said for a couple of years that the final will be played at 2pm, as it is every year".
The current Wimbledon edition will stay in the history due to the coinciding of the men's singles final, that will start on Sunday at 2:00 PM, with the World Cup final, that takes place at 4:00 PM UK time.
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"I'm more concerned the World Cup final will have issues because the Wimbledon final is going on".
During England's 2-0 quarter-final victory over Sweden last Saturday (Sunday NZ time), thousands of fans deserted Centre Court and left the Wimbledon grounds to watch Gareth Southgate's team progress to the last four in neighbouring pubs.
Club rules that all mobile phones and tablets should be switched off "in and around the courts of play" have been relaxed, however, with Lewis stating that they would only be enforced if they affected others.
"You can tell when England scored and it was wonderful but we didn´t receive any complaints that the enjoyment of tennis had been spoiled".
Wimbledon chiefs once again stuck to their guns, refusing to show the football on the big screen in front of the hill. "We had superb tennis going on and we were benefiting from modern technology where people were able to follow the football, enjoy it, without disturbing other people", said Lewis.
"Hopefully England will get through to the final and it will be one of the very special days at Wimbledon".