Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray is "very sad" the event will not go ahead, but said everyone's health is more important.
Tennis stars including Roger Federer have reacted with dismay to the news that Wimbledon has been cancelled for 2020.
Wimbledon might be off, but US Open organisers are not giving up hope of staging their own grand slam, due to get under way in August.
The All England Club announced on Wednesday that, for the first time since 1945, Wimbledon would not go ahead.
Serbian star Novak Djokovic took part in an epic indoor battle – using pans.
Twenty-time grand slam champion Roger Federer was not put off by social distancing or snow as he showcased his trick shots on social media.
German Tennis Federation vice-president Dirk Hordorff has said Wimbledon will be cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
With the tennis season suspended, Novak and Jelena Djokovic have put forward €1million to pay for ventilators and other medical equipment.
The AELTC will meet next week to decide what to do with Wimbledon, though it will not be played behind closed doors.
Tennis great Roger Federer said his generous pledge to support vulnerable families in Switzerland is "just a start".