While tennis players battle on the courts of Wimbledon’s All England Lawn Tennis Club, a different sort of court battle has been growing in the Court of Chancery in London.

The legal dispute has sprung up over how large a corporate logo on tennis togs may grow before the officials of the Grand Slam Committee consider players walking billboards. The first round ended in favor of German sportswear maker Adidas A.G. in June.

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