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Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic Are Back On Track

Locker Room

October 7, 2019

Naomi Osaka and Novak Djokovic are emphatically back on song after worrying spells. Meanwhile, Dominic Thiem was the other big star to lift an important trophy in the Far East. It’s great to see such a talented trio realising their full potential once more. We want all the big guns to be at the height of […]

Murray Takes Strides Towards Wimbledon 2020

Locker Room

October 2, 2019

Andy Murray won the hard way against Cameron Norrie – but the gruelling nature of the victory will do him good. Step by step, Murray is edging towards his goal – to be a serious contender in the singles at Wimbledon 2020. And won’t the crowds be thrilled to see the home hero back in the […]

How are Wimbledon Tickets Allocated?


October 1, 2019

Have you ever wondered how are Wimbledon tickets allocated? Every June, the residential London neighbourhood of Wimbledon is transformed from a quiet, stylish town into the centre of the sporting world. Wimbledon is an iconic event unlike anything else – one that millions of people want to attend. Despite the massive popularity of Wimbledon and […]

How Many Courts Are There at Wimbledon?


How Many Courts Are There At Wimbledon? From its early beginnings as a local tennis and croquet club in 1868 to today, the All England Club has grown substantially over the past century and a half to host one of the tennis world’s most prestigious events. Everyone knows the iconic Centre Court and its retractable […]

How to get tickets for Wimbledon 2020


Getting Wimbledon Tickets 2020 is not generally a task for the fainthearted. You have to really want them and to go to serious lengths to secure them. But at Wimbledon Debenture Holders, we can do all the hard work for you. For most big events including other Grand Slams like the Australian Open or the […]

How Many Balls Are Used at Wimbledon?


How Many Balls? Few tennis events attract as much attention as Wimbledon. From hosting some of the world’s best players to drawing in attention from global spectators and Royal tennis fans alike, The Championships are a uniquely exciting event. They’re also, surprisingly, a hotspot for souvenir collectors. In 2012, fans left the tournament with more […]

The Wimbledon Draw: How it Works


Have you ever wondered how the Wimbledon draw is managed? More than 700 players took part in Wimbledon last year, making the task of working out where each player belongs within the draw a serious challenge for organisers. The Wimbledon draw is equal parts organisation and randomness, combining a huge number of players drawn “out […]

How Many Players Compete at Wimbledon?


Wimbledon is widely regarded as the world’s most prestigious tennis tournament, and for good reason. With royal attendance and many of the world’s top players on the roster, few tennis tournaments can match The Championships. One question that tennis fans often have about Wimbledon regards the number of players involved. From men’s singles to mixed […]

How to Get Autographs at Wimbledon


Wimbledon is well underway with some exciting games already being talked about throughout the tennis world. Many people would love nothing more than to have some kind of reminder that they have been in the presence of the greats. Whilst taking photographs is the usual, many people want something a little more personal; the autograph.

Wimbledon 2019 Facts and Stats


September 25, 2019

Wimbledon 2019 Facts. The dust has long settled on the 133rd Wimbledon Championships. But one final look back won’t hurt. We’ll do that right here by looking at some pertinent facts and stats from Wimbledon 2019. Here are five of them: £38 million A prestigious tournament deserves eye-popping prize money. That was exactly the case […]

Have you never heard of Claire Fahey?

Locker Room

September 10, 2019

Claire Fahey, A British World Champion By Katrina Allen. Have you never heard of Claire Fahey? Well, that’s probably because she’s at the top of the somewhat obscure game of Real Tennis, the predecessor of the sport that we see today at Wimbledon. Real tennis was invented in around the 12th century by French monks […]

Tearful Nadal Moves To Within Touching Distance Of Federer

US Open

September 9, 2019

The only fight Rafael Nadal lost was against the tears. After nearly five hours and one of the best finals in US Open history, he lay spread-eagled on the floor. He had fought off an extraordinary comeback from Daniil Medvedev, a man seemingly in a trance and on a mission to upset. And here’s the […]

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