The Wimbledon administration will hold an emergency meeting next week to decide whether this year's tournament will be held.
The All England Club is expected to host the tournament from 29 June, but the event is in doubt because of the current global coronavirus crisis that has decimated the sports calendar.
ATP and WTA tours are canceled until at least June 8, while Roland Garros officials have chosen to change the French Open from May to September.
In a statement released Wednesday, the All England Club (AELTC) revealed that it has been considering contingency options for Wimbledon since January, working closely with the UK government and public health officials.
Organizers will meet to decide what action to take, with the postponement and cancellation being discussed, but formally ruled out the possibility of playing behind closed doors.
"The unprecedented challenge posed by the COVID-19 crisis continues to affect our way of life in ways we could not imagine, and our thoughts are with everyone affected in the UK and worldwide," said AELTC Chief Executive Richard Lewis. . "The most important consideration is public health, and we are determined to act responsibly through the decisions we make."