What are the Dates of the 2022 Wimbledon Tennis Tournament?

The Wimbledon 2022 Tennis Tournament will begin on Monday 27th June. Other significant dates in the tournament include the Ladies Quarter Finals, Semi Finals and Final on the 5th, 7th and 9th July respectively, and the Men's Quarter Finals, Semi Finals and Final which take place on the 6th, 8th and 10th July respectively.

How Much Are Tickets for Wimbledon 2022?

The price of Wimbledon Tennis Tickets for the 2022 tournament varies enormously from just £27 for a grounds pass to over £4000 for a Debenture Ticket on Centre Court for the Men's Final. The face value of non-debenture tickets that are won in the ballot, or by joining 'The Queue' start at £27 for a grounds pass and vary between £70 - £240 for the Centre Court depending on which day you attend the tournament.

How Can I Buy Wimbledon Tennis Tickets in 2022?

For non-debenture tickets to Wimbledon you have the option to either join the Official Wimbledon Ballot, to join 'The Queue' and to pay on the door to get tickets or to apply via your local LTA Affiliated tennis club who will be given a small allocation.

Alternatively you have the option to buy an official Wimbledon Debenture Ticket for either Centre or No.1 Court. More information about all of the options and the prices can be found by clicking here.

How Can I Buy Tickets for Henman Hill / Murray Mound / Raducanu Rise?

To gain access to what was originally called Henman Hill, then renamed Murray Mound and may well now be known as Raducanu Rise all that you need is a General Admission Ticket to the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament.

The Hill is an area within the Wimbledon Tennis Club which offers a perfect vantage point of the big screen which will be showing live action of the biggest games of the day. Many Wimbledon ticket holders will base themselves on The Hill so that they can watch all of the action from the show courts, especially after play finishes on the outside courts.

Can You Resell Wimbledon Tickets?

The answer to this is No, with one exception. Although it is not illegal to sell your Wimbledon Tennis Ticket it does contravene the terms and conditions of sale and therefore the person who buys the ticket runs the risk of being denied entry or being ejected from the tournament. However, Wimbledon Debenture Tickets can be bought and sold within the terms and conditions of the tournament.

What are Wimbledon Debenture Seats?

Wimbledon Debenture Tickets are used by the All England Club to raise funds in order to improve the facilities and experience of guests at the Wimbledon Tournament. People who buy a Debenture Ticket for Wimbledon are issued with a Centre Court or No. 1 Court ticket for everyday of the tournament for 5 consecutive years. The price per Centre Court Debenture in the 2021 - 2025 issue was £80,000 per ticket (£160,000 for 2 tickets). The price per No. 1 Court Debenture was £31,000 per ticket.

As well as having a ticket for every days of the Wimbledon Tournament for 5 years and access to special bars and restaurants, Debenture Holders also have the right to resell their tickets to third parties such as Wimbledon Tennis Tickets. By doing so that make a handsome return on their investment and other people benefit from the experience of attending the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

Where are Wimbledon Debenture Seats Located?

As you might expect Wimbledon Debenture Tickets are located in prime location around both Centre and No.1 Courts.  Located in the front rows of the upper tier of the stadium (at the same level as the Royal Box) Debenture Tickets at Wimbledon are considered to be the best tickets that you can buy for the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament.

The location of the Debenture seats can be seen on these stadium maps: Wimbledon Stadium Maps

Why Are Wimbledon Debenture Tickets So Expensive?

People purchase Wimbledon Debenture Tickets on a 5 year license for the cost of around £160,000 for two years.  This not only gives them two tickets to everyday of the Wimbledon Tournament for 5 consecutive years, but also gives them a right to resell the tickets that they don't want to use.

As the purchase of a Wimbledon Debenture Ticket is an investment, Debenture Holders seek to resell their tickets for a profit and this is what keeps the price of the tickets so high.  As a general rule, Debenture Holders would expect to make a profit of around £10,000 per year from their tickets.

What Happens If It Rains During Wimbledon?

It is dangerous to play tennis on grass when it rains and therefore if it rains during Wimbledon Week all play is suspended and the courts are covered. However, the Centre Court and No.1 Court stadium complexes now have a retractable roof. This means that although play will be suspended for around 20 minutes whilst the roof is closed it will then resume under the closed roof.

 

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