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We had a great day here. The tour was very interesting showing all the courts and getting close up... read more

Reviewed 16 October 2021
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Ossett, United Kingdom
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Every year I say ‘I should get tickets for Wimbledon’ and this year, because of the ease of... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2021
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Reviewed 1 August 2019

I went to Wimbledon with my family of four, on 'Manic Monday', for those who don't know, this is when ALL remaining 16 players both women and men battle it out. This in my opinion is the best day to go, as high quality matches are on the outside courts. We joined the queue early in the morning, being 2200-2204 in the queue. The first 1500 people queueing (including overnight campers, which there are 100's of ) get access to the tickets for Centre Court, Court 1. and Court 2. for which you have to purchase. With our ticket numbers being 2200 we were able to access Court 3. This is un-ticketed seating, except for 1/4 where you buy the tickets. You queue for about 5 hours in Wimbledon Park, there are amenities like food-vans, coffee to go, toilets and open space for kids to run around. You go through security, much like an airport, very tight yet brisk. Then you buy your tickets and enter. The tickets are £25 each, no discounts for children are available. The outside courts, open their gates at 11 am and then you access the courts. Disclaimer. Leaving for toilet breaks, getting a drink or anything, will lose you your seat. Court 3. had very high quality matches like Elena Svitolina (8) vs Petra Martic (24) a very close match, and a five-set marathon Guido Pella (26) vs Milos Raonic (15), Guido had lost the first two sets and then roared back to win the next 3 sets 3-6 4-6 6-3 7-6 (7-3) 8-6.
It was a blockbuster and the highlight of our day. There are many shops where you can buy towels, t-shirts and key-rings e.t.c on the grounds, the biggest being under Centre Court. There are many restaurants too. Overall 10/10, a great day.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed 29 July 2019

Loved spending half a day there. The tour experience was very good. Our tour guide, Carol (??) was knowledgeable, considerate and funny. If you like tennis, this is the experience you shall have.

An easy ride on Green line to Southfields underground station/Wimbledon direction.

From there 15 minute of quiet and pleasant walk to Gate 4 entrance.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed 27 July 2019

This is a great day out, you can take your own Foord and drink otherwise there are lots of eating and drinking options.
You can Get tickets through the ballot or que for them on the day.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed 27 July 2019

Never been before during the summer fortnight. Organisation on the way to the ground and at the ground itself was good. Signage around the ground was pretty good too and there are plenty of attendants to ask.

Food and drink are expensive as you'd expect. No 1 court seating was surprisingly comfortable and afforded everybody a great view of the court. Plenty of WCs.

Exiting is like leaving any other major attraction, gazillions of people rushing for one small tube station, but to be fair, the police were managing the crowd as best as they could, just have to be patient.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed 26 July 2019

My daughter and I chose to have a lunch picnic from Wimbledon. It was wonderful , gluten free and very sufficient. It just added to a wonderful day out . Wimbledon is a wonderful venue , the championships are so well organised and the whole venue is so well run in every way , catering , staff , cleanliness , just everything is perfect and the ambiance cannot be replicated.

Date of experience: July 2019
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