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The Wimbledon 2023 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 the most prestigious Grand Slam in tennis. The oldest and most coveted tournament in the world, each year the Championships produce new surprises and impossible drama..

Taking place from Monday, 3 July to Sunday, 16 July at the All England Club in London, Wimbledon 2023 promises world-class performances and intense theatre. If you want to experience the action at the spiritual home of tennis in all its glory, rest assured we can help. By purchasing tickets with Wimbledon Debenture Holders, you are guaranteed a fantastic day of tennis in surroundings 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.

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Mon 3 Jul 2023

Centre Court Singles 1st Round

Tue 4 Jul 2023

Centre Court Singles 1st Round

Wed 5 Jul 2023

Centre Court Singles 2nd Round

Mon 3 Jul 2023

No. 1 Court Singles 1st Round

Tue 4 Jul 2023

No. 1 Court Singles 1st Round

Wed 5 Jul 2023

No. 1 Court Singles 2nd Round


The Canadians Are Coming!

Whisper it softly, but Canada could soon have her first Wimbledon singles champion. Tantalisingly close on two recent occasions, it seems the long wait for glory could almost be over.


One of the great sensations of Wimbledon 2021 was Denis Shapovalov. His electric run took him all the way to the semi-finals on Centre Court. It didn't quite happen for Denis in 2022 but we know he is capable of going all the way at the All England Club.

The same can be said of another brilliant young Canadian star, Felix Auger Aliassime. Felix was a Wimbledon quarter-finalist in 2021 and a US Open semi-finalist that same year.

He broke into the top ten in 2022 and beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in Rotterdam to land his first ATP Tour title.

What will 2023 hold for Denis and Felix? Time is on their side and it feels like Wimbledon glory is just around the corner.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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A: All Debenture tickets are now delivered electronically to your mobile phone. The tickets are usually available three to four weeks prior to the event and are viewed by logging into the myWimbledon account using the email address you use to communicate with us. You will need to download the current Wimbledon App to your phone which will reveal your tickets for use on the day of play. Please contact us to discuss alterative supply options (office@wimbledondebentureholders.com).
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 wire transfer. If you prefer to pay in Canadian $ we can recommend International Transfer companies. 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

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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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Jessica Pegula Beats Danielle Collins In American Opener

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28 May 2023

Jessica Pegula defeated her friend and compatriot Danielle Collins in the opening round at Roland Garros. But she’ll have to work on her serve if she’s going to live up to her third-seed billing. Pegula’s second serve was picked off mercilessly by Collins at times. And all too often the first serve wasn’t firing well […]

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Murray Focuses On Wimbledon, Medvedev Wins Rome

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22 May 2023

Murray is convinced he can still be the man. That’s why Andy has withdrawn from the French Open to concentrate on preparing for Wimbledon 2023. Meanwhile Daniil Medvedev has won his first Masters 1000 title on clay. He saw off Holger Rune 7-5, 7-5 for his maiden victory in Rome – and will rise to […]

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How Many Players Compete at Wimbledon?


01 October 2019

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 […]

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