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PremierLeague-News.Com - Wimbledon starts on Monday 27 June and games are played every day over the next fortnight for the first time
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Wimbledon tickets are always some of the most sought-after in the summer sporting calendar, and 2022 is no different.Despite the absences of world No 1 and 2 Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev, the men’s singles remains an enticing prospect, with Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal the favourites – victory for Nadal would see him move just one grand slam away from becoming the first men’s player to win all four in the same year since Rod Laver in 1969.Serena Williams’ entry as a wildcard will also catch attention in the women’s singles, where a new champion is guaranteed following Ashleigh Barty’s retirement in March. It brings an opportunity for young stars like Iga Swiatek, Emma Raducanu and Coco Gauff to cement their names on the biggest stage.If you do not have your tickets yet, heading down to SW19 to watch these narratives unfold is not straightforward – but it is possible.More from TennisThe full Wimbledon line-up of BBC presenters and pundits in Sue Barker's final year as host23 June, 2022What we learned in Serena Williams' return, from her fitness levels to Wimbledon hopes22 June, 2022All 32 seeds in the Wimbledon women's draw – and the big names and dark horses to look out for21 June, 2022How to get Wimbledon tickets in advanceTickets are distributed to members of the public who apply to enter through the public ballot. The seats, courts, days and the prices you get are all random, and ballot winners cannot change anything about the tickets they are given unless they give them up and try to get tickets another way.The ballot for this year’s championships was never open to the public because winners for the cancelled 2020 tournament were given identical tickets to the ones they received two years ago. Applications for next year’s ballot close on 30 December.There was also a ballot for members, coaches, officials and volunteers of the Lawn Tennis Association signed up to its Advantage loyalty system, though this is now closed. Wimbledon schedule Monday 27 June – men’s and ladies’ singles first roundTuesday 28 June – men’s and ladies’ singles first roundWednesday 29 June – men’s and ladies’ singles second roundThursday 30 June – men’s and ladies’ singles second roundFriday 1 July – men’s and ladies’ singles third roundSaturday 2 July – men’s and ladies’ singles third roundSunday 3 July – men’s and ladies’ singles fourth roundMonday 4 July – men’s and ladies’ singles fourth roundTuesday 5 July – men’s and ladies’ singles quarter-finalsWednesday 6 July – men’s and ladies’ singles quarter-finalsThursday 7 July – ladies’ singles semi-finalsFriday 8 July – men’ singles semi-finalsSaturday 9 July – ladies’ singles final, men’s doubles, final, ladies’ doubles finalSunday 10 July – men’s singles, mixed doubles finals How to get Wimbledon tickets on the dayIt is possible to get tickets on the day through the queue, a Wimbledon institution that sees spectators queue for tickets overnight or from the early hours.There are usually around 500 tickets available for each of the main courts: centre court, court one, court two and court three.
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.Ticket prices vary significantly depending on the day and court selected, ranging from £8 for a final day ground pass to £240 for access to centre court for the finals on 9 and 10 July.If in the grounds, you can also purchase returned tickets at the All England Club ticket office from 3pm. If individuals with tickets to the main courts leave early, they can return their tickets for resale – the seat reservations remain valid for the rest of the day’s play, and the prices are usually much lower.Hospitality ticketsIf taking your chances on the day is not for you, getting tickets is still possible – but only if you are prepared to shell out.Corporate hospitality providers like Keith Prowse are able to get you into Wimbledon for a specific day and court, but the majority of their packages are already sold out. £1,495 (excluding VAT) will get you into the Rosewater Pavilion where private tables and a “four course a la carte menu” are on offer.Alternatively, you could arrange a private purchase of a debenture ticket. Wimbledon debentures allow the holder access to premium seats on any court and any day they like, but it is too late to purchase one outright in time for this summer’s Championships.However, debenture holders are allowed to sell tickets privately. One site is advertising a wide range of prices, starting at £1,940 for two tickets to the first round of singles on court one and rising to £10,530 for two to the men’s final on Sunday 10 July.
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