THINK fast tennis lovers as Wimbledon tickets are back on the market – and they are selling like hot cakes.
Novak Djokovic will be hoping to retain his title for a third successive time after beating Aussie bad boy Nick Kyrgios in last year’s epic final.
Novak Djokovic beat Nick Kyrgios in a four-set thriller last year
While British superstar Andy Murray has stepped up his recovery process to make the iconic London Grand Slam.
But time is running out to see some of tennis’ greats battle it out on the All England Lawn Club grass live in the flesh.
However, SunSport has all the information on how fans can secure a ticket for the 136th popular competition.
How can I get Wimbledon tickets?
Tickets are normally given to members of the public who had applied through the Public Ballot.
But unfortunately, the Wimbledon official website has revealed that the Public Ballot for the 2023 edition is now closed as all the tickets have been allocated.
However, resale is eligible for those who were not selected in the Public Ballot applicants.
Only one pair of tickets will be available per household.
Can I get tickets on the day?
Yes you can!
Fans can purchase tickets on the day through a traditional queuing system which often starts the evening before and increases very early in the morning.
Fans will have to queue up for tickets on the day
There will be 500 tickets for each of the Show Courts (Centre Court No.1 Court and No.2 Court) that will be sold every day.
And Ground Pass tickets are also available for purchase which enables holders to access all courts including No.3 Court, Court 12 and Court 18 as well as The Hill where the action from Centre and No.1 Courts will be screened.
Ground Passes’ starting price is approximately £27 but will be reduced from day nine.