Competitors are given a personal daily allowance of £90 to spend on food and drink in various dedicated restaurants, and one coach per player is allocated about half that much.
The system – integrated with accreditation tags – is intended to make sure that those preparing for big matches do not need to worry about bringing their own nutrition to the south west London grounds.
However, it has emerged that numerous competitors have been treating the allowance as more of a target than a cap, with restaurants at times running low on certain products as a result.
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