"What we want is some action," said Wimbledon chief executive Ian Ritchie. "Nobody has any problem with taxation on prize money but, in individual sports, athletes are taxed on their global endorsement income when they come to this country.
"If Lionel Messi comes here for a Champions League final he doesn't get taxed on his endorsement income but when Roger Federer or Rafa Nadal come here they do.
"That is a disincentive, quite clearly. In the discussions we have had with players and agents, it is on their radar."
"We all found it somewhat strange the Government were extolling the virtues of fines against ticket touting at the Olympics, whereas an event held three weeks beforehand gets no protection," said Ritchie.
"We believe ticket touting should not be allowed to happen. We put a lot of time and effort into stopping it ourselves.
"One fails to see why the Olympics is protected and the Wimbledon championships isn't."
Despite the annual sum of around £30m paid to the Lawn Tennis Association from the proceeds of the Wimbledon Championships, the All England Club will not demand more accountability for the lack of British players competing in the latter stages of the tournament every year.
"The Championships are incredibly successful, irrespective of who is playing," said Philip Brook, chairman of the All England Club and the Championships.
"It would be better still if we had strong British interest through to the end. Our focus is on running the best tennis tournament in the world.
"We have a long-term agreement where the surplus is passed to the LTA for the benefit of British tennis. It is not our job to direct or influence how that money is spent."
Visitors to Wimbledon this year will have two new courts to visit, with Court Three a 2,000-seat stadium of which 500 seats will be available to spectators with ground passes, and four courts will have Hawk-Eye line-calling technology in 2011 for the first time.
The 125th Championships get under way on Monday, 20 June.
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