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Wimbledon 2022 tickets

Wimbledon 2022 Tickets

Want to go to Wimbledon, but have trouble finding those most wanted tickets? You’re at the right place. We will get you to Wimbledon without a problem. We make sure you will get your tickets on time, so you will be able to enjoy one of the best tennis events there is.

We offer the best possible Wimbledon Debenture Seats. These are transferable seats and will provide access to the best locations in Court 1 and the Centre Court. 

 

Monday 27 June 2022
27
Monday June 2022
Centre Court 1st Round from € 2.073,50
NO.1 Court 1st Round from € 1.292,50
Tuesday 28 June 2022
28
Tuesday June 2022
Centre Court 1st Round from € 1.809,50
NO.1 Court 1st Round from € 1.292,50
Wednesday 29 June 2022
29
Wednesday June 2022
Centre Court 2nd Round from € 1.985,50
NO.1 Court 2nd Round from € 1.292,50
Thursday 30 June 2022
30
Thursday June 2022
Centre Court 2nd Round from € 1.985,50
NO.1 Court 2nd Round from € 1.292,50
Friday 1 July 2022
1
Friday July 2022
Centre Court 3rd Round from € 2.332,00
NO.1 Court 3rd Round from € 1.518,00
Saturday 2 July 2022
2
Saturday July 2022
Centre Court 3rd Round from € 2.332,00
NO.1 Court 3rd Round from € 1.518,00
Sunday 3 July 2022
3
Sunday July 2022
Centre Court 16th Round from € 2.700,50
NO.1 Court Round of 16 from € 1.644,50
Monday 4 July 2022
4
Monday July 2022
Centre Court 16th Round from € 2.904,00
NO.1 Court Round of 16 from € 1.727,00
Tuesday 5 July 2022
5
Tuesday July 2022
Centre Court Women's Quarter Finals from € 1.380,50
NO.1 Court Ladies Quarter Finals from € 946,00
Wednesday 6 July 2022
6
Wednesday July 2022
Centre Court Men's Quarter Finals from € 3.542,00
NO.1 Court Mens Quarter Finals from € 2.167,00
Thursday 7 July 2022
7
Thursday July 2022
Centre Court Women's Semi-Finals from € 1.639,00
NO.1 Court - from € 632,50
Friday 8 July 2022
8
Friday July 2022
Centre Court Men's Semi Finals from € 5.302,00
Saturday 9 July 2022
9
Saturday July 2022
Centre Court Women's Final from € 1.897,50
Sunday 10 July 2022
10
Sunday July 2022
Centre Court Men's Final from € 5.764,00

History of Wimbledon

Wimbledon is the world’s oldest tennis tournament. Founded in 1877 at the All England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club, the ‘Wimbledon’ name comes from the area in which it resides, a suburb of southwest London.

Types of Wimledon events

The tournament has five different main events: Men and Women’s singles, Men and Women’s doubles and mixed doubles with extra tournaments held for junior, senior and wheelchair players.

Winners of Wimbledon 2021 include

  • Men's Singles: Novak Djokovic
  • Women's Singles: Ashleigh Barty

Location & Stadiums of Wimbledon

The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club hosts Wimbledon each year. There are two main courts, ’The Centre Court’, fitted with a retractable roof to stop rain delays and ‘No.1 Court’. The other 17 courts are used for other events hosted by the club.

Court Surface

Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam that is played on grass. The courts are sown with 100% perennial ryegrass.

Former Greats

Some of the greatest tennis greats have played and have been very successful at Wimbledon. Formers greats include: Pete Sampras(7), Roger Federer(8), Bjorn Borg(5), Fred Perry(3) and in recent times: Novak Djokovic (6) and Andy Murray(2).