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Wimbledon tickets

Wimbledon Tickets

Wimbledon is one of four Grand Slams. Wimbledon takes place in July at the All England Club in London. The greatest tennis players in the world compete in one of the sport’s most prestigious grand slams. Get your hands on this year's most wanted tickets now on Tennis Ticket Service!

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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 2016:

  • Gentlemen’s Singles: Andy Murray. It was his third Grand Slam men's singles title and his second Wimbledon title, following his victory in 2013.
  • Ladies’ Singles: Serena Williams. It was her twenty-second Grand Slam women's singles title and her seventh title at Wimbledon in singles, and fourteenth title at Wimbledon.
  • Gentlemen’s Doubles: Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut. It was their second Grand Slam Men's Doubles title and their first title at Wimbledon.
  • Ladies' Doubles: Venus Williams, along with sister Serena became the second most successful female doubles pairing in the Open Era with their 14th Grand Slam Doubles title.
  • Mixed Doubles: Heather Watson and Henri Kontinen. Heather was the first British woman since Jo Durie in 1987 to win the Wimbledon Mixed Doubles title.


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(3) and Andy Murray(2).


Wimbledon is one of the most prestigious Grand Slam tournaments. Tickets for Wimbledon 2018 are available now. Don't miss out and buy your official debenture Wimbledon tickets today!