Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Postcode and Address

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How to get Tickets for 2016?

The Wimbledon lawn tennis championships is the oldest tennis championships in the world as well as the most prestigious. The Championships are held at the venue of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club in Wimbledon since they began in 1877. The original venue of the All England Club was off Worple Road, but the later in 1922 the Club shifted its premises to its current location on Church Road. It has 19 tennis courts which includes the three show courts.

The Centre Court, as the name suggests is situated at the Centre of the lawns and is the most prestigious lawn tennis court in the world. Apart from the Centre Court there is the No.1 Court and the No.2 Court which are also very famous and these three courts showcase the major matches during the two weeks of the tournament. Wimbledon is one of the four grand slam events of lawn tennis and the only grand slam event to be still played on grass.

The address of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is AELTC, Church Road, Wimbledon, London SW19 5AE.

There are few Park Tennis Courts in Wimbledon. The address and postcode for the Park Tennis Court is Revelstoke Road, Wimbledon, London SW18 5NN and there is another one which is at Home Park Road, Wimbledon, Merton, London SW19 7HR.

The Wimbledon Championships are held in the last weeks of June and beginning weeks of July every year. The two week championships, exhibits one of the finest glimpses of outstanding tennis played by the champions of the world. Thousands of tennis enthusiasts visit Wimbledon during these two weeks to watch the Championships. On some occasions, the Royal Family also visits Wimbledon to watch the tennis matches.

If you are looking to visit for 2016 championship, note that Tickets Ballot is already closed. The best way to get the tickets is to stand in the queue on the day you want to watch. Some people stay there in the queue overnight. However, even if you go there very early in the morning around 5 a.m. you should be able to get in at some time during the day.

 
 

 

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