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The Wimbledon 2019 Debenture Experience

Come & enjoy this festival of international tennis

Welcome to Wimbledon Debenture Holders, the leading specialist for Wimbledon Debenture tickets. Wimbledon is renowned as one of the sport's most prestigious Grand Slams. As the oldest and most coveted tennis tournament in the world, each year the Championship produces new surprises & impossible drama.

Taking place from 1 July to 14 July at the All England Club in London, Wimbledon 2019 promises to offer world class performances and intense theatre. If you want to experience the British tennis season in all its glory, rest assured we can help. By purchasing debenture tickets you are guaranteed the most fantastic day of tennis steeped in heritage and tradition.

Why buy tickets with us?

Customer satisfaction is at the top of our priority list.

WimbledonDebentureHolders.com is a specialist website set up in 2006 by Wimbledon Debenture holders to create a secure market place for Debenture holders to sell their tickets direct to you, the global ticket fan.

We can offer you advice on every aspect of your visit from recommending the best transport, accommodation & restaurants to local knowledge about London SW19.

WDH is an independent enterprise and has no affiliation with the AELTC.

Any help we can offer, please contact us.

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Mon 1 Jul 2019

Centre Court Singles 1st Round

£3250
Tue 2 Jul 2019

Centre Court Singles 1st Round

£2990
Wed 3 Jul 2019

Centre Court Singles 2nd Round

£3250
Mon 1 Jul 2019

No. 1 Court Singles 1st Round

£2190
Tue 2 Jul 2019

No. 1 Court Singles 1st Round

£2160
Wed 3 Jul 2019

No. 1 Court Singles 2nd Round

£2180

Top Six Most Dramatic Matches - Wimbledon 2018


'Wimbledon 2018 surpassed all expectations with incredible drama from start to finish, breathtaking feats of human endeavour... and of course, superb tennis!'

Wimbledon 2019 will have more of the same and surprise and excite in different ways - such is our wonderful game in this great theatre.

Here are our top six most dramatic matches from Wimbledon 2018, in reverse order. You will of course have your own favourites and there were so many to choose from!

  1. Serena Williams v Julia Goerges
  2. Angelique Kerber v Serena Williams
  3. Roger Federer v Kevin Anderson
  4. Kevin Anderson v John Isner
  5. Juan Martin del Potro v Rafael Nadal
  6. Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal
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what do our customers think?

We pride ourselves on our great customer service.

efficiency and professionalism

2018

I take this opportunity to tell you that I was very impressed by the kindness, efficiency and professionalism of the whole team during the course of the ticket purchase process – much appreciated, for sure.

Pierre, London, UK

smooth and professional

2017

Just a quick note to confirm receipt of the tickets. A huge thank you to you all - I am always weary of buying tickets online, especially when they are of high value, but the entire process was very smooth and professional. A particular thank you to Lisa on the phone yesterday for being so patient with me! I shall certainly use your services again.

Winston, London, UK

excellent service

2017

Just confirming that our Wimbledon tickets have arrived safely. Thank you for providing an excellent service - we will definitely use your company again

Jan, Cheshire, UK

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a more detailed question please feel free to call us on: +44 1962 733 649

A: The tickets can be sent to your home in the UK before you travel, picked up or delivered to your hotel when you arrive in London. If you choose to have your tickets shipped please leave sufficient time to guarantee delivery. Our orders are delivered by Royal Mail special delivery.
A: Debenture seats are located at 'club level' with unrivalled views of the action. The seat numbers are published at the end of May when the tickets are issued by the All England Club so please request your preferred seating position in advance as early purchasers get priority. See seating plan.
A: Your ticket is valid for a full day of Grand Slam tennis- not just an afternoon or evening session.The club opens at 10.30am with play commencing at 1pm, apart from the finals which start at 2pm. Be prepared for the possibility of a late finish as matches can continue long into the evening, so avoid booking your return flight for the same day!
A: We are able to sell odd numbers of tickets and groups of seats. Lots of fans come singularly to sit amongst fellow fans.
A: The first week includes the early rounds of Men’s and Ladies singles matches, with up to three matches played per day on Centre Court and Number 1 Court. The second week features doubles and the finals, at which stage the Men’s and Ladies matches are played on separate days. Example Schedule
A: We accept all major credit cards. Payment can also be made directly from your PayPal account or by bank transfer. We do accept American Express, however we are not able to take payment online so please call us +44 1962 733649 (UK).
A: The dress code for admittance to the bar and restaurants is smart casual. Gentlemen are not required to wear a jacket/tie. Tailored shorts for both ladies and gentlemen are acceptable. Trainers are not permitted.
A: Our team are here to advise you on all aspects of your visit and will be more than happy to assist you.

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An experience to remember

What else does Wimbledon and the great city of London have to offer?

Feel extra special at wimbledon

The Show Courts have superb Debenture facilities including waitress service or self service restaurants and luxury bars, with views over the courts from the terraces. The restaurants are only available to Debenture ticket holders where you can have a sumptuous lunch and be courtside in time for the start of play at 1pm.

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Ecstatic Edmund Downs Monfils To Win Maiden Title

Locker Room

21 October 2018

Kyle Edmund sank to his knees and let tears of joy stream down his cheeks. What a year. First the Australian Open semi-final. Now, this. His first ATP title. It was captured in dramatic style against one of the game’s great entertainers, Gael Monfils. Flirted The crowd in Antwerp could never confidently have believed they […]

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Will Andy Murray Coach Nick Kyrgios?

Locker Room

19 October 2018

By Mark Ryan Andy Murray and Nick Kyrgios always have fun together. There was that hilarious video footage. The pair of them screaming and laughing on a roller-coaster in Cincinnati a few weeks back. Then there was the recent Murray post on Instagram. Amusingly he asked Kyrgios when he was going to announce umpire Mohamed […]

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Real Tennis, what exactly is it?

UK

18 July 2018

Real Tennis explained by former world No 1 Katrina Allen. Tennis as we know it today took off in the 1870s but it comes from the game known as “Real Tennis”, invented by French monks in the 12th century.  At one point, the game was the national sport in France and there were thousands of courts around the country. […]

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