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How To Get Tickets For Wimbledon 2022

How To Get Tickets For Wimbledon 2022

This year there was no public ballot, instead guests who were successful in 2020, are able to use their tickets this year.

The inaugural Wimbledon Tennis Championships fall between Monday 27th June and Sunday 10th July this year. 

The Championships have already displayed some ferocious matches that have seen tennis hotshot Emma Raducanu booted out of the Championships for a second year running. 

So, how can you acquire tickets for Wimbledon and witness some of these incredible matches?

Every year there is a public ballot which gives you a chance to obtain tickets. To join the ballot you must complete an application form. If successful, you will be randomly assigned a court and pay the required amount. 

Although, this year there was no public ballot and instead guests who were successful in 2020 but unable to use their tickets, (due to pandemic restrictions) could attend the 2022 Championships.

Alternatively you can camp and queue for tickets the night before. The Championships are notorious for the queues that snake round the entrance with people often waiting hours for tickets. How very British. 

Andy Murray was knocked out by John Isner in the second round
Andy Murray was knocked out by John Isner in the second round

And there is no guarantee that you will be successful in your endeavours. There are only a few Centre Court tickets available each day and limited availability elsewhere. 

For those of you that wish to watch tennis in style - there are the Debenture tickets. 

These give you access to the best views of action at Wimbledon, a reserved seat on court for the entire day plus access to the Debenture Holder lounges. 

The lounges radiate in luxury with high-end restaurants, bars and breathtaking views over SW19. 

Unfortunately, Debenture tickets come at a high price. Typically, tickets cost north of £1,000 with the Centre Court Men’s Final priced at a whopping £10,530 for two people. 

But don’t worry if you haven’t got tickets. Some tickets are still on the market after people chose to resell them

Yet, do be warned that last minute tickets are often sold at a premium price so expect to pay top dollar if you’re still scanning the internet for tickets. 

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Wimbledon, Sport