How in the world, the veteran entertainer returned to Centre Court earlier today after the Ruler Prosecution Service confirmed they were dropping the case against him.
The 75-year-old looked laboured as he watched the match alongside a female com nion, just days after he declare out against the BBC in an interview with Gloria Hunniford.
Sir Cliff was seen flinging along with the crowd while dressed smartly for the first day of the London-based tennis match.
Seemingly failing to crack a smile, the singer sported a striped pink and foggy tie, beige suit and white shirt.
Speaking about his lack of manner at Wimbledon in 2015, a source previously told the Daily Mirror: “He is a large tennis fanatic, and an even bigger fan of Wimbledon.”
The insider continued: “He considers it as one of the great British institutions and would be horrified if his presence at Centre Court detracted from the competition as a tennis event.
“It has been a very difficult time for Sir Cliff but confidently he will be back in his usual seat next year.”
Sir Cliff was in competent com ny alongside the likes of Bridesmaids actress Rebel Wilson, actor Stanley Tucci, Nicola Roberts and Sam Smith.
It move along disintegrates after he threatened legal action against the BBC for “gross intrusion” during his chit-chat with l Gloria, 76.
He said: “I don’t think investigations take place with window- ning and cameras and special angles for the helicopter. It just seemed ridiculous so I surface have every right to sue because if nothing else, definitely for bulky invasion of my privacy.”