Wimbledon Tickets 2024 & 2025

Secure Your Centre Court & No. 1 Court Wimbledon Tennis Tickets With A Low Deposit

Everyone knows that Wimbledon is the most prestigious Grand Slam tennis tournament. The "Who's Who" of international players will be competing, and now you too have an opportunity to book your seat at one of the most significant sporting events in the world. Tailormade Wimbledon Debentures not only provides the ticket itself but also offers a curated experience that will enhance the tournament for you. Be sure to speak with one of our Wimbledon experts today to learn more about our packages and to book your seat. 

Tailormade Wimbledon Debentures supplies debenture tickets on Centre Court and Number 1 Court however, unlike other ticket resellers, all of our Wimbledon Debenture Ticket packages include:

  • Round Trip Chauffeur Driven Transfers to the All England Lawn Tennis Club
  • Free UPS Courier Service Worldwide
  • All Service Charges & UK Taxes
  • Payment in Currency of Your Choice

If you would like to discuss the process in more detail, you are very welcome to reach a member of our team in the UK on +44 (0) 203 859 6810 or USA Toll Free 888 4194625.

Wimbledon Debenture Tickets 2024

Wimbledon Debenture Tickets 2025

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What Do Our Wimbledon Tickets Include?

While some ticketing brokers only sell you the Wimbledon Debenture Ticket, all of our tickets come as part of a package that includes a Round Trip Chauffeur Transfers from your location in London. Also included is free UPS courier service worldwide, all taxes and service charges applied upfront (no hidden fees!), payment in any currency of your choosing 

When booking through Tailormade Wimbledon Debentures, know that you are booking with confidence. We promise you will have one of the best seats in the house, and your ticket is insured. Please contact one of our booking agents to learn more and to select your seat at the world's most prestigious tennis tournament today. 

Types Of Tickets 

When do Wimbledon tickets go on sale? They are on sale now! Our clients can choose (based on availability) from either Centre Court Tickets or No. 1 Court Tickets. We are proud to offer both court options to give our clients giving them a choice between two excellent options, at different price points. This keeps the tournament-viewing experience fresh and begs you to return for a second outing to experience the seat that you didn't get to the year before. You can also opt for tickets on both courts on different days; that way, you get the most well-rounded tournament viewing experience. 

When do Wimbledon tickets go on sale? Book your tickets today!

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Perks At Wimbledon

Our Wimbledon tennis tickets come with packages that include access to the Wimbledon Debenture Holders lounges which offer a with a variety of dining options. You can sample some of the fine dining options normally reserved for VIP members. Why not indulge at the best tennis tournament in the world? You deserve it. 

Payment Structure And Options

You can choose to either pay the full price upfront when you order your tickets. You also have the option of securing your Wimbledon tickets with a small non-refundable deposit. The remaining balance would be due by April 2024 before you attend the tournament. You can either pay the remaining balance all at once in April or set up recurring monthly payment installations of 100 pounds per month. 

Don't Delay - Call Today!

Call +44 (0) 203 859 6810 to speak with one of our booking agents today! Don't miss your chance to attend one of the finest sporting events in the world. Call us to buy Wimbledon tickets while they are still available. 

 

General Wimbledon Tennis Information

What Are Wimbledon Debenture Tickets

Wimbledon debenture tickets are a type of ticket that provides exclusive access to certain areas of the All England Lawn Tennis Club during the Wimbledon Championships. A debenture is essentially a bond that is issued by the club, and in return for purchasing a debenture, the holder is granted certain privileges, such as access to premium seating and facilities.

Debenture tickets are sold in five-year increments, and holders are entitled to use their tickets for the Wimbledon Championships during each of those years. Debenture holders have access to exclusive seating in the Centre Court and No.1 Court, as well as access to lounges and other facilities that are not available to the general public.

Debenture tickets are considered to be the most premium and sought-after tickets for the Wimbledon Championships, and they are often sold at a premium price on the secondary market. The proceeds from the sale of debenture tickets are used to fund improvements and renovations to the All England Club.

Debenture tickets are not available to purchase directly from the All England Club, but can be obtained through authorized sellers or brokers. It's important to note that debenture tickets are subject to strict terms and conditions, and holders must comply with the club's dress code and other rules and regulations.

How to Get to Wimbledon

The All England Lawn Tennis Club, where the Wimbledon Championships are held, is located in Wimbledon, a district in southwest London, England. There are several ways to get to the club during the tournament:

By public transportation: The easiest way to get to the All England Club is by taking the London Underground (the "Tube") to Southfields Station on the District Line. From there, it's a 10-15 minute walk to the club. Alternatively, you can take a train to Wimbledon Station and then take the Wimbledon Tennis Shuttle bus directly to the club.

By car: If you're driving to the club, be aware that parking is extremely limited and there is heavy traffic in the area during the tournament. It's recommended that you book parking in advance through the official Wimbledon website.

By bike: If you're feeling adventurous, you can cycle to the All England Club. The club offers secure bike parking for a fee, and there are bike paths and quiet streets leading to the club from various parts of London.

By taxi or ride-share: You can take a taxi or use a ride-sharing service like Uber or Lyft to get to the All England Club, but be aware that traffic can be heavy and you may experience delays.

During the Wimbledon Championships, there are often special transportation options available, including additional buses and trains. It's recommended that you check the official Wimbledon website for up-to-date information on transportation options and any changes or disruptions to public transportation during the tournament.

History of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships

The Wimbledon Tennis Championships is the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. It is held annually in Wimbledon, a district in southwest London, England. The tournament began in 1877, and since then, it has grown into one of the most popular and prestigious events in the sports world.

The tournament was originally known as The All England Croquet and Lawn Tennis Club. The first Wimbledon Championships took place on July 9, 1877, at the All England Club's croquet lawn. The tournament was open only to male players, and it was attended by only 200 spectators. The first Wimbledon Championships was won by Spencer Gore, who defeated William Marshall in three straight sets.

In 1884, the club added ladies' singles and gentlemen's doubles events to the tournament. The first ladies' singles event was won by Maud Watson, who defeated her sister Lillian in the final. The first mixed doubles event was added to the tournament in 1913.

Over the years, the Wimbledon Championships have witnessed many historic moments. In 1922, Suzanne Lenglen became the first non-British player to win the ladies' singles title. In 1933, the first-ever match to be played on Centre Court was between Fred Perry and Jack Crawford. In 1967, the tournament became the first major tennis championship to introduce a tiebreak system to settle tied sets. In 1973, the tournament became the first Grand Slam event to offer equal prize money to men and women.

Some of the greatest tennis players of all time have won the Wimbledon Championships, including Billie Jean King, Bjorn Borg, Martina Navratilova, Pete Sampras, Roger Federer, and Serena Williams. The tournament has also been the setting for some of the most memorable matches in tennis history, such as the 2008 men's singles final between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, widely regarded as one of the greatest matches of all time.

Today, the Wimbledon Championships are one of the most popular sporting events in the world, attracting millions of viewers from around the globe. It remains a major milestone for tennis players and a symbol of the sport's rich history and traditions.

Wimbledon Tennis Past Winners Since 2000

Men's Singles:

2022 - Novak Djokovic
2021 - Novak Djokovic
2019 - Novak Djokovic
2018 - Novak Djokovic
2017 - Roger Federer
2016 - Andy Murray
2015 - Novak Djokovic
2014 - Novak Djokovic
2013 - Andy Murray
2012 - Roger Federer
2011 - Novak Djokovic
2010 - Rafael Nadal
2009 - Roger Federer
2008 - Rafael Nadal
2007 - Roger Federer
2006 - Roger Federer
2005 - Roger Federer
2004 - Roger Federer
2003 - Roger Federer
2002 - Lleyton Hewitt
2001 - Goran Ivanisevic
2000 - Pete Sampras

Women's Singles:

2022 - Elena Rybakina
2021 - Ashleigh Barty
2019 - Simona Halep
2018 - Angelique Kerber
2017 - Garbiñe Muguruza
2016 - Serena Williams
2015 - Serena Williams
2014 - Petra Kvitová
2013 - Marion Bartoli
2012 - Serena Williams
2011 - Petra Kvitová
2010 - Serena Williams
2009 - Serena Williams
2008 - Venus Williams
2007 - Venus Williams
2006 - Amélie Mauresmo
2005 - Venus Williams
2004 - Maria Sharapova
2003 - Serena Williams
2002 - Serena Williams
2001 - Venus Williams
2000 - Venus Williams