Wimbledon Tennis Championships 2019

Address:
Wimbledon, All England Lawn Tennis Club, Church Road, London
Tel:
0208 944 1066

Dates and ticket price

Dates & Time:
1st to 14th July 2019
Grounds open from 10.30 AM, and close one hour after the end of play (or 11 PM, whichever is earlier)
Games begin on the outside courts at 11.30 AM
Tickets & Cost:
All of these prices are dependant on the date, and not all courts are open on each date
Centre court: £64 to £225
No.1 court: £32 to £135
No.2 court: £40 to £85 (no games after the 10th)
No.3 court: £43 to £85 (no games after the 8th)
Courts 4-19: £8 to £25
It is recommend that you join the queue by the Gate 3 turnstiles well before 7.30 AM to have a chance of getting good tickets. Tickets are sold on the basis of one ticket per person, and payment is cash only
See wimbledon.com for more information

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The Wimbledon Tennis Championships is No.7 in our list of London's best annual events

Andy Murray finally ended our 76 years of waiting and walked away with the Wimbledon tennis title in 2013. Then he repeated the feat in 2016. Murray said that he's probably going to retire after this year's tournament... if his hip even lets him even get there. So this may be your last chance to see him play.

Over half a million spectators will attend the All England Club to find out, and since there are only 500 tickets for the centre courts available you will have to turn up seriously early to get a seat.

The outer courts still have plenty of good games, and you should be able to grab a ticket for those if you arrive by 9 AM. (The queue is by the Gate 3 turnstiles.) If you want to try and get tickets for the show courts then it is recommended that you join the queue well before 7.30 AM. Another queue will form after 5 PM for late entry.

1st, 2nd July — 1st round (men and women's singles)
3rd, 4th July — 2nd round (men and women's singles); 1st round (men and women's doubles)
5th, 6th July — 3rd round (men and women's singles); 2nd round (men and women's doubles)
7th July — No play scheduled, unless rain and over-runs have delayed some of the previous games
8th July — 4th round (men and women's singles); 3rd round (men and women's doubles); 1st round (mixed doubles)
9th July — Quarter finals (men's doubles); Quarter finals (women's singles and doubles); 2nd round (mixed doubles)
10th July — Quarter finals (men's singles); Semi-finals (women's doubles); 2nd round (mixed doubles)
11th July — Semi-finals (men's doubles); Semi-finals (women's singles); 3rd round (mixed doubles)
12th July — Semi-finals (men's singles and doubles); Quarter finals (mixed doubles)
13th July — Final (men's doubles); Final (women's singles and doubles); Semi-finals (mixed doubles)
14th July — Final (men's singles); Final (mixed doubles)

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Centre Court — play usually starts at 1 PM, apart from the last 2 days when it's 2 PM. A limited number of tickets are available each day, apart from the last 4 days when all are sold in advance
No.1 Court — play usually starts at 1 PM. A limited number of tickets are available each day
No.2 Court — a limited number of tickets are available each day. There are no games scheduled after the 10th July
No.3 Court — play usually starts at 11.30 AM. A limited number of seats are unreserved, and you might have to queue for them to become available. There are no games scheduled after the 8th July
Courts 4—19 — play usually starts at 11.30 AM. All of the seats are unreserved, and you might have to queue for them to become available

 

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