The home of the internationally renowned Wimbledon Championship and the most prominent venue of the Lawn Tennis Association. The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, also known as the All-England Club, is a private members club best known as the venue for the Wimbledon Championships, the only Grand Slam tennis event still held on grass.
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All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet, Church Road, London, SW19 5AE
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All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club
All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet
Church RoadLondonSW19 5AE
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Was on vacation and decided to Queue up and get in late in the afternoon on day 5 of this year's championships. The line was massive and I waited for close to 5 hours but I did get in and picked up a Centre Count seat for cheap at the resale booth and got to see a couple of sets of the last match. Despite the long wait it was worth it to be inside the grounds and to get into Centre Court.more
It's that time of year again....
Pimms is on the go, strawberries are ripening, the sun has its hat and so should you...
The world's best are currently finishing the clay court season over the Channel and soon they'll be donning their whites for the best Slam of them all...
Wimbledon is THE sporting event in the summer. And with the roof this year, there'll be no Cliff (thank God) and no...more
Ladies & gents, boys & girls, a day out to the All England tennis championships in Wimbledon is one of the best day's out in London in my humble opinion. For visitors from abroad, you won't get a more quintessential British day out than a visit to SW19.
The championships take place at the end of June/beginning of July. There are a few other odd events like Davis Cup matches, which take place...more
This tennis club on the outskirts of London does more than host the World's most famous tennis tournament, it is also a development center for junior tennis in the UK. When I was visiting London in 2006, we stayed in the hamlet of Wimbledon and had to visit the hallowed grounds of the All England Club. Centre Court was under construction, but we walked the grounds (picked up a loose tennis...more
The Grand Slam is where I was this year at the Wimbledons. Most exciting sport event I've been to in a while. The spirit is crazy. I went with a friend and spent the day there getting a tan, which I don't really need. But watching the players and being part of the mexican wave was a great experience in itself. The spirit of sports truly reigns in these premises.
The strawberries and cream...more