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Wimbledon is one of the most famous and oldest tennis tournaments in the world, and has been held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London since 1877. The tournament lasts for two weeks from Late June to early July. The events consist of ladies...more
Church Road, Wimbledon | All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, London SW19 5AE, England
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Well....let me just say that we were certainly not expecting the game that we had the honour to witness live.
Roger Federer vs Kevin Anderson. Utterly amazing!!!!!! It was a nail biting 4 plus hours. It had me on the edge of my seat.
We came here this morning to take a tour. We booked five of us and received the necklace (cheap plastic on a key holder). I was here 13 years ago and had a fabulous experience. I was with five of six members of my family....More
Ever since I started watching Borg,Aggassi, Lendl,Chris evert...and after writing number of articles on Wimbledon, I had a dream to visit this TEMPLE OF TENNIS in Person! This year my dream came True and I was there on center court watching live! For me it's...More
Such a great experience. We always put in for the ticket ballot- and never get it - so queuing is the way to go! If you decide to queue - get to the grounds very early (around 6/6:30 AM) if you want to spend the...More
It is a sport arena, a mythical place and a history museum at the time. The tour will take you through all tha facilities, and it will end in front of the most wanted trophies in the world of tennis. Not very modern, but so...More
I attended the 3rd day of Wimbeldon tournament this year. The tickets are hard to get but you can always queue especially in the early tournament days. It is worth the wait. The place is amazing, well kept and with well maintained facilities. Has a...More
Had a fabulous time at Wimbledon tennis during the finals weekend. The only thing I could fault was there not being enough seats in the shade as it was a very hot weekend, otherwise it is a great experience. Even if you aren't a follower...More
We had a package with Newmarket travel which included hotel accommodation, transport to Wimbledon and tickets for number 1 court on the second Friday, semi- finals day. We arrived at Wimbledon before 10.30 am and were free to spend the day as we wanted. As...More
We joined the queue for non-ticket holders at 7am and finally got to the ticket booth for ground admission at 12. The ground pass was £25 per person. Once in though we saw some great tennis on the outer courts and were able... More
We joined the queue for non-ticket holders at 7am and finally got to the ticket booth for ground admission at 12. The ground pass was £25 per person. Once in though we saw some great tennis on the outer courts and were able to purchase re-sell tickets at about 3.30pm for Court 3. The venue is beautiful and well presented.