The Championships, Wimbledon

The Championships, Wimbledon is quite simply the best and most prestigious tennis tournaments in the world, due to it’s historical importance to the game of tennis. Watch the brilliant tournament in premium hospitality.

You can experience some of the finest hospitality at Wimbledon over two weeks of sporting entertainment, at facilities such as The Lawn, Rosewater, Skyview Suites and the latest addition The Treehouse.

While we sell official hospitality to The Championships, we are not an official hospitality provider to the AELTC or The Championships, we are an authorised re-seller of the Official Exclusive Hospitality Provider to The Championships.

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Wimbledon FAQ’s

When is Wimbledon held?

Wimbledon is typically held over two weeks, starting in late June and ending in early July, with the exact dates varying from year to year.

How do you get to Wimbledon?

Guests are encouraged to either walk or use sustainable forms of transport, such as public transport for example.

Southfields Station is roughly a 15-minute walk from The Grounds, which can be accessed by the District Line.

Wimbledon Station is roughly a 20-minute walk from The Grounds are, which can be accessed by the District Line, South-Western Rail & London Trams.

A dedicated bus service runs from Wimbledon Station to the Grounds and vice-versa.

Public car parking is available, but this is strictly limited, and pre-booking is strongly encouraged.

How is Wimbledon’s playing surface different?

Wimbledon is the only Grand Slam tournament played on grass courts. The grass courts are considered fast and are known for their distinctive green appearance.

Who are some of the most successful Wimbledon champions?

Some of the most successful Open Era Wimbledon champions include Martina Navratilova (9 titles), Roger Federer (8 titles), Novak Djokovic (7 titles), and Serena Williams (7 titles).

What is the Wimbledon dress code?

Wimbledon has a strict dress code for players. All-white clothing is required, and there are guidelines specifying the amount of coloured trim allowed.

Are there traditions associated with Wimbledon?

Wimbledon has several unique traditions, such as the Royal Box, where members of the British royal family and other dignitaries watch matches. Strawberries and cream are also a classic Wimbledon snack.

Is there a roof at Wimbledon?

Yes, Wimbledon’s Centre Court and No. 1 Court are equipped with retractable roofs to allow play to continue in the event of rain.