For well over 100 years, the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club has hosted Wimbledon, the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world. And if you want Wimbledon tickets, Gotickets has them waiting for you today. From the first round all the way to the men’s and women’s finals, you can get Wimbledon Championships tickets from Gotickets. Can Great Britain’s own Andy Murray repeat as Champion this year? Order your 2014 Wimbledon tickets to find out!
There’s something special about Wimbledon, and it’s much more than just the fact that it’s the world’s most historic tennis tournament and played at the spectacular All England Club near London. Maybe it’s that Wimbledon is the only of the four Majors still played on grass, or the famous strawberries and cream, or all the other great traditions of Wimbledon. While spectators and TV views are bombarded with advertising all over the venues for the Australian Open, US Open and French Open, Wimbledon is different in that there is virtually no obtrusive advertising to be found. For all those reasons and more, Wimbledon tickets are a dream for nearly all tennis fans, and GoTickets can make that dream a reality. In addition to great Wimbledon tennis tickets, we also have Wimbledon travel packages.
Although Wimbledon is all about tradition and history, the All England Club did make a change a couple years ago and added a retractable roof to the famed Centre Court. That certainly is an important change and helps avoid the frequent rain delays that have hindered the tournament in the past. Now it’s possible to play right through the rain, and that means you really don’t have to worry about postponements and cancellations when you buy Wimbledon tournament tickets.
The All England Club, which has the full name of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, was founded back in 1868 and actually focused more on croquet at the time. Of course that has all changed now, and the 19 grass courts have become the showcase of the All England Club. You can experience it for yourself with Wimbledon tennis tickets from GoTickets.
The ’11 Wimbledon Championships featured a thrilling men’s singles final with Roger Federer defeating Andy Murray in four sets and Serena Williams taking down Agnieszka Radwariska in straight sets in the women’s singles finals. It’s anybody’s guess who will end up in the final this time around, but you can be there to see it happen with 2013 Wimbledon tennis tickets from GoTickets.