2019 Wimbledon – FAQ
Where will my Seats be Located?
All tickets used in our packages are official Debenture tickets which are either located in the 200 level or the bottom half of the 300 level. Our Court 1 seats are also Official Debenture tickets situated in the best parts of the stadium.
Who Plays Where?
The Show Courts are Center Court, Court 1 and Court 2. For the first nine days of the tournament, top players are scheduled here. In the second week, half of the women’s and men’s quarters are played on Court 1. Court 3 is partially ticketed, and also has a tremendous lineup throughout the event. Enjoy unlimited access to the matches being played on courts 4-19, where seats are available first-come, first-serve.
Why Don’t We Stay in Wimbledon?
The town of Wimbledon, a suburb about 8 miles from London, offers few diversions outside of tennis. The London hotels chosen are close to Wimbledon–less than 30 minutes by Tube. We will escort you to Wimbledon on your first day of tennis. Guests at The Hari London Belgravia Hotel are just a few minutes from major museums, Harrod’s and Harvey Nichols department stores. London theaters are 20 minutes by Tube.
How Flexible are Tour/Travel Dates?
Create your own tennis vacation! If you don’t see a tour that fits your needs, tell us! We can customize a tour for you. You can easily enhance your stay in London by adding hotel nights or other tour options.
When Does the Tennis Start?
During the first eight days of the tournament, play begins on Centre Court and Court No. 1 at 1:00 p.m., all other courts begin play at 12:00 noon. During the second week of the tournament matches on Centre Court begin at 1pm. Play on outer courts will begin at 12:00 noon or 1:00 p.m depending on the number of matches to be played. GSTT staff will advise you of any changes in starting times. Matches will continue until the day’s schedule is completed or until dark (approximately 8:30 p.m.)
Is There a Rain Refund Policy?
The All England Club’s rain refunds: “No play taking place before 6:00 p.m.: a refund of 1/2 the face value of the ticket. No play at all: a full refund of the face value of the ticket.” The face value will not cover the actual cost of the tickets in our packages. For a more substantial refund, Grand Slam Tennis Tours offers rain insurance available for a nominal fee. The insurance is only paid if no play takes place the entire day. Ask your Grand Slam Tennis Tour agent for details.