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Wimbledon is the oldest and most prestigious tennis championship. This highly respected event has attracted world renowned tennis players throughout the years and annually produces some of the most amazing matches. Wimbledon is played at the All England Tennis Club in London. Wimbledon has unique traditions, which include the famous strawberries & cream, as well as, the strict dress code for players, who are required to wear all white.

Wimbledon has Singles championships for Men & Women, as well as, Men's Doubles, Women's Doubles and Mixed Doubles. The Wimbledon singles tournament starts with 128 players each year vying for the coveted Wimbledon trophy, title and monetary prizes, as well as recognition as Wimbledon champion.

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TicketCity offers fans to the opportunity to purchase Debenture seats, which are the prime seats located in the best locations of Centre Court and Court No.1. Wimbledon tickets are available to purchase online, or you our team can assist you in securing a Wimbledon ticket package.

Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club

Wimbledon is played at the most famous tennis venue in the World, the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club in London, England. Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam tennis tournament that is played on a grass surface, and the All England offers 18 tournament grass courts. The main court at Wimbledon is Centre Court, where the featured matches are played. Centre Court holds approximately 15,000 tennis fans for a big match. No.1 Court is the other "show court" which hosts top matches, and has a capacity of around 11,500 fans. No.2 Court has space for 4,000 fans.

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