Wimbledon Ticket Information
Few sporting events in the world can match the kind of history and prestige that surrounds Wimbledon. Among the many notable attributes associated with the sport’s unofficial crown jewel are its distinction as the world’s oldest tennis tournament and its status as the lone Grand Slam still played on grass courts. The first installment of The Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club took place in 1877 for the men and 1884 for the women, and has since been a regular fixture on the schedule, running from late June to early July. Among the laundry list of notable Wimbledon champions are John McEnroe, Bjorn Borg, Arthur Ashe, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal on the men’s side, while those to have prevailed in the women’s championship over the years include Billie Jean King, Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, Maria Sharapova, and Venus and Serena Williams. Catch the next chapter in this historic tennis event with Wimbledon tickets from the marketplace.
- Spanning just less than two weeks, spectators have several different options when it comes to attending the tournament as multiple matches are scheduled throughout each day at various courts on the grounds. Traditionally, the most top-tier of matches are staged at Centre Court and No. 1 Court, which will be marked accordingly in Wimbledon ticket listings.
- The schedule on this page will be compiled by date, in addition to displaying pertinent match details like men’s/women’s, singles/doubles, and round. Select the “Tickets” link for the item that meets your preferences.
- On the following page you’ll find seating charts, prices, and quantities for the particular day of the tournament. Feel free to sort the list as needed until you’ve found the Wimbledon tickets you’d like to purchase. Orders can be submitted securely online or with the help of Vivid Seats. Customer support is available seven days a week via Live Chat or by calling 866.848.8499.
Murray Looking to Repeat at Wimbledon in 2014
UK native Andy Murray will attempt to become the first repeat winner since Roger Federer when the 2014 edition of Wimbledon gets underway at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, June 23-July 6. Federer of course won in consecutive fashion from 2003-07, and since then, the only players other than Federer to have prevailed at the third Grand Slam of the year have been Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Murray. By the looks of the ATP World Rankings, it could very well be one of the usual suspects that again claims victory, though the top 10 has also featured an influx of fresh faces. As of May 8, the top spot in the world belongs to Nadal, as it has since last September, and he’s followed by Djokovic, Stanislas Wawrinka, Federer, David Derrer, Tomas Berdych, Juan Martin Del Potro, Murray, Milos Raonic, and John Isner.
Regardless of who is ultimately crowned champion, it will be tough to top the excitement of Wimbledon last summer, when Murray became the first British man to win at the tournament since 1936. He also went on to win the US Open as well, though has since experienced some minor setbacks as he continues to recover from September’s much-needed back surgery. Nadal will undoubtedly enter the event as the favorite, though despite having won his share of Grand Slams in recent years, Rafa has not prevailed at Wimbledon since 2010 and has only won twice in his career with the other coming in 2008.