With Wimbledon right around the corner, we bring you the Schedule for the Championships in 2023.
The time is nearly upon us. As spring turns to summer, that can only mean one thing for tennis fans.
The return of Wimbledon.
Tennis’ oldest and most distinguished Grand Slam will once again open its door to spectators from every corner of the globe, all hoping to catch a glimpse of the spectacle that is tennis at Wimbledon.
If you are thinking of visiting the iconic SW19 postcode this summer, then it’s important to know the schedule for this year’s Wimbledon.
There is, of course, never a bad day to visit the iconic grounds of Wimbledon, but if you have a particular day in mind then check out the Schedule below.
When trying to remember the Schedule for Wimbledon, always think of the rule of two. Up until the semi-final stage, each round for both the Gentlemen's and Ladies' singles will be played over two days. Following that point, the Ladies' matches will take place the day before the Gentlemen's matches.
If you are looking for a doubles match, then the Gentlemen’s and Ladies’ doubles gets under way on the 5th July, with the Gentlemen’s final occurring on the 15th July and the Ladies final taking place on the 16th July.
Matches on the outside courts will begin play at 11am, while Centre Court and Court 1 will begin play slightly later, at 1pm on Court 1 and at 1.30pm on Centre Court.
Looking for Tickets for Wimbledon?
Now that you know the schedule of Wimbledon, why not think about getting yourself some tickets?
By far the best and most reliable tickets to get for Wimbledon are Debenture Tickets. These are the only tickets that guarantee you a place on either Court 1 or Centre Court, which gives you the assurance of seeing the best players in the game!
If you want to book your spot at the Wimbledon Championships in 2023, check out Wimbledon Debenture Tickets, the finest place to purchase tickets for Wimbledon.