The Wimbledon Tennis 2020 start and end dates are: The Championships are not taking place this year.
Introduction to The Wimbledon Tennis Championships
Wimbledon is home to the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club who organise the world famous Wimbledon tennis tournament held at the end of June and the beginning of July. The tennis complex in Church Road is also home to the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Here there is an impressive display of tennis material relating to the long history of the sport. On view are collections of tennis outfits, rackets, balls and other tennis memorabilia. Wimbledon championship trophies are also on display and the famous Centre Court can be viewed. There is also a coffee shop within the museum.
Travelling by car to The Championships
Parking in streets near the All England Lawn Tennis Club is not allowed and strict parking enforcement is in operation. It is highly likely that your car will be towed away. There are several car parks in the vicinity of the tennis club and you can find more details about nearby parking in car parks owned by the All England Lawn Tennis Club. There is also a Wimbledon Park and Ride scheme administered by The AA.
Travelling to the Tennis Championships to and from Wimbledon and Southfields Stations
There are special bus services to and from Wimbledon and Southfields stations. For daily availability and timings, please visit the 2020 web link which will be added when available.
Taxi Sharing to the Tennis Championships from Wimbledon Station
Full details are on the Transport for London website.
Head for the forecourt of Wimbledon Station (main exit) where you will see marshals representing licensed taxi drivers (mornings only) on hand to direct you to shared taxis.
Taxi Sharing to the Tennis Championships from Southfields Station
Similar taxi sharing arrangements are in place.
Leaving the Wimbledon All England Lawn Tennis Club
Similar arrangements are in place: special bus and shared taxi services.
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