Looking to attend the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in 2014? Look no further - this website is designed to help you decide what debenture ticket or package best suits your budget and requirements. There are numerous facilities and options at Wimbledon so we are here to help you pick the most suitable. First, a few facts about the Championships.
The Wimbledon Tennis Championships is the oldest tennis tournament in the world and is generally considered to be the most prestigious. It has been held at the All England Club in Wimbledon, London SW19 for more than 130 years and it continues to be the most popular amongst all tennis fans. Over the Wimbledon fortnight, 256 men & women battle it out to be crowned the Wimbledon Grand Slam Champion. France's Marion Bartoli and Britain's very own Andy Murray were the champions of 2013 but who will take the titles in 2014?
Wimbledon traditions include the eating of strawberries and cream, royal patronage, and a strict dress code for competitors. In 2009, Wimbledon's Centre Court was fitted with a retractable roof to insure against the possibility of rain delays interrupting Centre Court matches during the tournament.
|Winner of most Men's Singles Titles:||7 - Roger Federer, Pete Sampras
and William Renshaw
|Winner of most Men's Doubles Titles:||9 - Todd Woodbridge|
|Winner of Most Ladies Singles Titles:||9 - Martina Navratilova|
|Winner of Most Ladies Doubles Titles:||12 - Elizabeth Ryan|
|Most games won in a Final:||39 - Andy Roddick, 2009|
|Most matches played (men):||223 - Jean Borotra|
|Most matches played (ladies):||326 - Martina Navratilova|
|Loser of most singles finals:||7 - Chris Evert|
|Lowest ranked winner (men or ladies):||Goran Ivanisevic (ranked 125 in 2001)|
|Youngest winner (men):||Boris Becker, aged 17 in 1985|
|Youngest winner (ladies):||Lottie Dod, aged 15 in 1887|