How much do Wimbledon final tickets cost in 2022 tickets?

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Noval Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios face off in the men’s singles final at Wimbledon

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Elena Rybakina triumphed in the women’s singles final on Saturday (July 9), beating Ons Jabeur in three sets to become the first ever champion from Kazakhstan.

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Former champion Andy Murray also returned to the tournament and reached the second round before being eliminated.

Cam Norrie was Britain’s hope to go furthest, reaching the semifinals before losing to Djokovic in four sets.

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Australian and French Open champion Rafael Nadal was forced to withdraw from the semifinals due to a abdominal tear – giving Kyrgios a clear pass to the final.

Angered by an interjection, Novak Djokovic asks for a score check after his victory over Cameron Norrie

Roger Federer failed to attempt his ninth Wimbledon title after undergoing knee surgery.

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The drama was incredible throughout the tournament.

How much do tickets cost?

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Tickets for tonight’s men’s singles final at Center Court start at £230 and go up to £240.

The same prices applied to the women’s final on Saturday.

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However, tickets for the final on Court 1 start at £40 and go up to £42.

During the tournament, the cheapest ticket available to see the action was £46, allowing attendees to watch matches on Court #2 or Court #3.

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From there, tickets go up to £75 for Center Court tickets in the early stages of the competition.

Weekend tickets are significantly more expensive, ranging from £56 to £95.

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When is Wimbledon 2022?

The first round begins on Monday 27th June 2022 and the tournament will conclude with the women’s singles final on Saturday 9th July and the men’s singles final on Sunday 10th July 2022.

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How to buy tickets for Wimbledon 2022

Unlike normal years, there was no public vote for Wimbledon 2022. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, guests who were successful in the public vote at Wimbledon 2020 and accepted their ticket offer have been offered the same day and space for 2022.

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Anyone wishing to return their ballot papers can do so via the Wimbledon website.

After purchasing tickets, spectators must download the myWimbledon app to create a profile and present tickets at the event.

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It is also possible to buy day tickets.

The queue and ticket resale tickets are available for sale on the day and the website makes it clear that a pair of tickets will be available for each household.

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How to watch Wimbledon 2022

For those unable to source Wimbledon 2022 tickets, the BBC has all the coverage from SW19.

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BBC One, BBC Two and BBC iPlayer will show coverage over the two-week period, including a highlights show each day at 8.30pm BST on BBC Two.

Former British tennis star Sue Barker leads comment for the last time after announcing she is retiring after 30 years with the BBC.

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