Win Wimbledon tickets


Originally published on: 16/06/11 16:53

If you haven’t got your tickets for the 125th Championships at Wimbledon this year, never fear, you could still be in with a chance of watching the men’s semi finals, come rain or shine on Centre Court, on Friday 1st July 2011.

“With only a few days to go before Rafa pummels his first serve on Centre Court, how can this be so?” we here you ask….. Well, those cool people who run the Wimbledon Online Shop are offering 2 tickets via a very special draw. To enter in the draw, all you have to do is purchase any item from the online shop before Midnight, BST, on Sunday June 26.

And with plenty of collectable things to choose from, even if you don’t win the tickets you will be part of the historic year at the All England Club. There’s a classic Wimbledon t-shirt for only £25 and the Ladies Championship Towel in cerise and sky blue which would look great anywhere, maybe even matched with the Men’s Towel in green and purple, priced at £28. If you want to customize the towel, you can add your initials – or even those your favourite player! You can see all the commemorative merchandise here.

Remember, you have to make a purchase online before midnight of the first Saturday to be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to be at the All England Club for the historic semi-final matches between four of the world’s best men tennis players.

For the semi finals in 2010, you may recall that Rafael Nadal beat Andy Murray 64 76 (6) 64 and Tomas Berdych defeated Novak Djokovic 63 76(9) 63. “I’m sure he will win a slam one day” said Nadal of his opponent. Maybe Murray can go one further this year and take his place in the final, just imagine, you could be there on men’s semi finals day to share the drama and all the action, whichever 4 players have battled their way through. Go on, what are you waiting for, shop now!


Tim Farthing, Tennishead Editorial Director & Owner, has been a huge tennis fan his whole life. He's a tennis journalist and entrepreneur as well as playing tennis to a national standard. He also helps manage his local club and volunteers for his local tennis organisation. He's a specialist in content about the administration of professional tennis and tennis coaching for all levels.