If you are looking to buy the Wimbledon tickets for the 2020 edition of the competition, the dates for the ballot application have been announced.
The Wimbledon tickets ballot will open on September 1, 2019 and will run through till December 31, with fans from the UK and from the rest of the world in chance to apply for these tickets in that period. The result of this application process will be announced in the lead-up to the next Wimbledon Championships.
Ballot is one of the many ways in which tennis fans can buy tickets for Wimbledon 2020. If you do not succeed in getting your tickets through the ballot – and the demand usually far outstrips the supply by a huge multiple – you could also look at TicketMaster to buy those Wimbledon 2020 tickets on the day of your travel.
The other option is to queue up the night before the day of play you want to watch and while it sounds like it’s a tough proposition, it could turn out to be a fun proposition too. Here’s more on what is The Queue at Wimbledon.
Of course, those with a deeper pocket can also look at Wimbledon debenture tickets, usually a higher-priced variety of tickets that guarantee you either Centre Court or Court 1 tickets.
Ticket prices for the 2020 edition will be announced soon but to give an idea about how much they cost in 2019, a centre court ticket ranged from £64 on the first two days to increasing progressively to £225 for the final. Similarly, Court 1 and Court 2 ticket price ranges were £56-135 and £43-85 respectively. The Court 1 price tapered off on the final four days to £69, £42, £39 and £33 with no singles play scheduled on those days there. A grounds admission ticket costs a high of £25.