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Extra police officers are patrolling Wimbledon today amid heightened fears of a terror attack following last week's massacre of at least 30 Britons in Tunisia.
With the UK's terror threat level at "severe" - meaning an attack is "highly likely" - Scotland Yard said it has made changes changes to policing plans for this year's tournament.
As well as extra patrol officers, including some in plain clothes, a "highly mobile" reserve unit is ready to respond to "emerging incidents", the force said.
It comes after at least 30 British holidaymakers were killed in the Tunisian beach attack on Friday, and as the UK prepares to mark the 10th anniversary of the July 7 bombings next week.
The tennis action on Centre Court kicks off today with defending champion Novak Djokovic's first round match, while 2013 champion Andy Murray will begin his challenge tomorrow.
Police have seized a drone after it was spotted flying over Wimbledon tennis ground.
It was seized just after 8.30am after it was flown over All England Lawn Tennis Club where the Wimbledon tournament will start on Monday.
It was being operated by a man at a nearby golf course.
Police officers in Merton have reminded the public that it is illegal to fly a drone within 50 metres of a building.
Anyone intending to fly a drone should give prior consideration to the surrounding landscape and any structures or venues.
While it is not our intention to prevent people from enjoying the use of drones, it is important that regulations are adhered to.
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