The team providing analysis throughout the two-week tournament included ex-players Tim Henman, John McEnroe, Andrew Castle, Pat Cash, Boris Becker, Lindsay Davenport, Tracey Austin, Virginia Wade and Greg Rusedski.
Apologising to those who were not "satisfied", the corporation said that the pundits' aim was to "inform our audience and give context to the matches" broadcast.
"We felt that the diversity of the team itself added balance and insight where necessary," the BBC's official response said. "Views on our commentary are of course subjective and we do appreciate that over-talking can irritate our audience.
"We hope that across our coverage we have achieved the right balance and have accurately reflected the event, but we are of course sorry if on occasion you have not been satisfied."
More than 100 complaints were received about the commentary provided, while viewers also took issue with scheduling disruptions caused by the tennis.
"We realise that not all our viewers will be interested in Wimbledon or indeed sport," the broadcaster said. "However, the BBC has a duty to represent all licence fee payers and there is a large section of our audience who appreciate the coverage we offer."
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