With so many British players @Wimbledon including #Andy Murray playing this Friday … the queue for on-day sales is huge.
To get a ticket for Centre Court, No.1 Court and No.2 Court, you are going to have to camp overnight to be in the front of the queue. There only a few tickets available daily and on the last four days Centre Court tickets are all sold out in advance.
If you're a fan, but don't want to camp, there are several thousand Grounds Passes on sale each day which means you can get to see the matches on Courts No.3-19. It still means you will need to get there in plenty of time before the Grounds Open at 9:30 am.
Can't get the day off work but want to see some tennis? The late afternoon queue is the queue for you. Access to the grounds through Gate 3 closes around 3.30/4pm, but from 5pm, the doors open again.
Best Underground station is Southfields on the District Line. You can’t miss Gate 3, the way is clearly marked from the Tube Station and you can even buy water and food from the driveways of some of the houses.
Just remember that Tickets are sold on the basis of one ticket per person and payment is by cash only.
For up to the minute information, check out the Wimbledon Twitter feed @ViewFromTheQ which gives regular updates and allows you to share your queuing experience.