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November 1, 2018

From the all-star tennis games to the strawberries and cream, there’s a lot to like about Wimbledon. The only problem, for many would-be attendees, is the cost of buying tickets and the slim chances of being drawn in the public ticket ballot. Unless you have a significant budget or amazing luck, attending Wimbledon isn’t particularly […]

How are Wimbledon Tickets Allocated?


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 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 […]

Wimbledon and the Armed Forces: A History


As one of the UK’s most iconic sporting events and one of the four prestigious Grand Slam tennis tournaments, Wimbledon has been an important part of British culture since it first took place at the All England Club in 1877. Wimbledon is known for its famous all-white dress code, its close association with the Royal […]

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 […]

Wimbledon and the Queen: A Royal Tennis History


There are lots of things that make Wimbledon special, from its iconic strawberries and cream and Pimm’s to the famous Wimbledon Queue, Wimbledon’s unique and charming characteristics set it apart from the world’s other major tennis events. If there’s one thing that truly sets Wimbledon apart from the crowd, however, it’s the tournament’s extensive history […]

Novak Djokovic Returns To Number One And Breaks New Record

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October 31, 2018

So the journey is complete. Djokovic will return to world number one on Monday. For a man who has done so much so quickly, it is ironic that he is back on top partly due to what someone else hasn’t done. It was Rafael Nadal’s inability to compete in Paris on Wednesday due to an […]

Federer, Svitolina, Anderson Victorious On Action-Packed Weekend

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October 29, 2018

Roger Federer created most of the headlines with his 99th ATP tour title. It was his ninth in Basle, his beloved backyard. On this occasion, the running total was more remarkable than the performance. He defeated world number 93 Marius Copil 7-6 (7-5), 6-4 to send 12,000 home fans into raptures. Implosion In truth, however, […]

Ecstatic Edmund Downs Monfils To Win Maiden Title

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October 21, 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 […]

Will Andy Murray Coach Nick Kyrgios?

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October 19, 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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