wimbledon july 2019

Planning to see tennis matches at Wimbledon this July

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How to get your hands on the tickets

The Wimbledon tennis championship is almost here and in less than two weeks’ time not only the entire UK, but a great multitude of tennis enthusiasts from all over the world will be glued to their televisions for a fortnight.

The kind of popularity that this Grand Slam enjoys, there is heavy amount of betting activity witnessed on it as well. If you too are a tennis betting enthusiast, you can go through the Wimbledon tennis betting odds offered by the reputed online bookmakers.

Regardless of recovering from a hip surgery, the ace British player Andy Murray is expected to play in the upcoming tournament after his return to competitive tennis at the Fever Tree Championship at Queen’s Club, West London. Dan Evans has offered to pair up with Andy Murray in the Wimbledon doubles draw.

In the women’s tennis, Serena Williams will be hoping to make a comeback after her shock straight-sets defeat at the hands of Sofia Kenin, in the French Open.

If you stay in Portsmouth and wish to be amongst the action rather than watching the tournament on television, here’s how you can get your hands on the tournament tickets.

How to get tickets for the Wimbledon 2019 matches?

There are three primary ways in which you can get tickets to this year’s Wimbledon championship:

By queueing up at the venue: Tickets to the Wimbledon matches will be sold at the All England Lawn Tennis club on a daily basis, before the start of the scheduled matches. Camping out early is highly recommended to increase your chances of getting a ticket. Please note, the centre court tickets will be sold well in advance for the last four days of the tournament. Wristbands will be handed out to the people at the start of the queue starting from 7:30 AM in the morning. You can go through the complete queue guide at the official website of Wimbledon.

Editor’s note: This is a paid article.