The tennis world's annual pilgrimage to London SW19 was shelved for the first time since World War II as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), organisers of the tournament, said they were broadly planning for three different scenarios - a full capacity Championships, a reduced capacity Championships, and a "behind closed doors" Championships.
The AELTC provided an update on plans for next year and explained that fans should expect some kind of comeback for the event scheduled to occur from June 28-July 11.
Wimbledon's statement read: "Our overriding priority will continue to be the health and safety of all of our stakeholders, in particular our guests, our staff, and our competitors".
Baker will lead on all tennis matters relating to Wimbledon and qualifying on behalf of the AELTC, working closely with Bolton and the Professional Tennis Committee, chaired by Tim Henman. "We are working closely with the relevant government and public health authorities, alongside the rest of the sports industry, to understand the varying challenges and opportunities presented by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic".
The AELTC received an insurance payout over the cancellation of this year's event, but he organisation acknowledged previously that the coverage would not be available for 2021.
The 2020 US Open in NY was held without spectators and the French Open went ahead in September and October with only 1,000 fans allowed daily into the Roland Garros stadium during the fortnight of competition.
While a trickle of spectators were allowed inside Roland Garros for French Open fortnight which culminated last week with wins for Iga Swiatek and Rafa Nadal.
The Australian Open ran normally at the start of the year while the French Open was postponed to after the US Open and concluded this month. Next year's tournament at Melbourne Park is scheduled to run from January 18-31.
In the end, it was the only one of the year's four Grand Slams to be outright cancelled.
"We completely accept that everyone coming from overseas has got to have two weeks in quarantine".
'But we'll see what they decide.