Sunday, 21 June 2015

Wimbledon 2015 Tickets - How To Get Tickets ?

Here you can find key information about wimbledon 2015 tickets, how to get tickets online ? and other wimbledon 2015 tennis league related queries. Wimbledon 2015 runs from 29 June to 12 July, with play on every day, apart from Sunday, 5 July, when the venue is closed to allow the players and staff a rest. The women’s final will be on the penultimate day (alongside the gentlemen’s and ladies’ doubles), and the men’s on the Sunday (with the mixed doubles). Qualifying takes place from 22 June until 25 June.

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Wimbledon is reasonably accessible, and there are many ways to come along to the Championships. A ballot is held at the end of each calendar year, allowing members of the public to apply for show court tickets for the upcoming tournament, and those lucky enough to receive a ticket are allocated up to two seats for a day of tennis. If money isn’t an object, you can purchase a five-year debenture ticket, securing a pair of tickets for each day of the tournament while the investment lasts.

It is now too late to get hold of these two options, but there are still ways to experience the fortnight. Wimbledon offers fans the chance to join the infamous Wimbledon Queue and purchase show court tickets or ground passes. Arriving in the early hours is enough for a ground pass towards the start of the fortnight, but – to secure a show court ticket later on in proceedings – camping overnight is essential. 

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Water and toilet facilities are available, and tennis lovers from across the world come together to experience The Queue (below), which is – in itself – almost as enjoyable as the tennis at the end of it. Almost.

Those leaving for the day are encouraged to hand in their tickets, which are resold at discounted rates by stewards at the edges of the site, allowing late arrivals to enter the grounds to catch the end of the day’s play, and also generating funds for charities supported by the Wimbledon Foundation.

How do I get to Wimbledon ?

Wimbledon, famously, is held at the postcode SW19, and there are several ways to make your way there via public transport. Both Southfields and Wimbledon tube stations – on the District Line, are less than 20 minutes’ walk from the site. Wimbledon is slightly further, but the walk passes through Wimbledon Village, where all the shops are decorated with purple, green, and tennis paraphernalia, and you can stop off at Sharapova’s sweet shop – Sugarpova – to get yourself in the mood. Wimbledon train station can be accessed easily from London Waterloo, alongside other major stations.

There are also regular trams from East Croydon station to Wimbledon, and there is a special bus service during The Championships from Wimbledon station to the tennis itself, which runs regularly until late evening. Or, if you’d like to make some friends before you even arrive, share a taxi with some other tennis fans from the station, where a dedicated taxi rank will be set up.

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