Wimbledon - The All England Lawn Tennis Club 

The world famous All England Lawn Tennis Club is based in South West London, the post code SW19 to be precise.


There are hotels near to Wimbledon, however many people choose to stay in Central London and get the tube to Southfields station. View your hotels by using the form on the right.
The world’s most famous grand slam tennis tournament is considered by the players to be the most prestigious, most probably because of its tradition and folklore. 


Courts


The all grass courts at Wimbledon revolve around the main show courts, Centre Court, No.1 Court and No.2 Court.


Centre Court – The world famous Centre Court at Wimbledon holds 15,000 people. In 2009, construction on a roof was complete to prevent rain stopping play, something that has plagued matches at the All England Club for years. Tickets at Centre Court can range from £60 to £150 depending on what day you purchase tickets for.


No. 1 Court – The bowl style stadium holds 11,500 people and was opened in 1997. The current No. 1 Court replaced the previous court which stood next to Centre Court and is known affectionately as The Graveyard of Champions due to its reputation of lower ranked players knocking big stars out of the tournament. 


No.2 Court – Along with the roof on Centre Court, 2009 saw the opening of the all new No.2 Court. The court is slowly becoming a cult arena with the Wimbledon faithful due to its intimate atmosphere of 4,000 fans.


Getting to Wimbledon


If you are visiting Wimbledon from Central London you can get to the grounds easily from Southfields tube station which is on the District Line of the London Underground System. 


You can get to Wimbledon by car and use one of the car parks near to the grounds, however, the best advice would be to get their early to avoid heavy traffic. 

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