Wimbledon 2010 will once again bring world class tennis to London in the world's most famous and coveted tennis tournament. Yes, it's time to order at tall glass of Pimm's to go with those strawberries and cream as you sit back and enjoy a fortnight of tennis in SW1. When the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Tournament began back in 1877 they had little idea that a century later it would be the world's most famous tennis tournament. The Wimbledon Tennis Championships has attendances of over 450,000 with millions more following all the action on TV and radio

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The Wimbledon tennis championship is one of the most famous sporting events in the world, Thousands of tennis fans make the annual pilgrimage to the hallowed green turf each year in the hope of catching a glimpse of a Federer forehand or a Serena smash. Will Rafa reclaim his crown? What about the Williams sisters, will one of them lift the trophy again? The crowds will once again be out in force to support the very best players in the world and see which one can lift the famous old trophy in 2010.

The Championships attract professionals from 60 different countries from all over the world, plus countless international spectators. It's the only major tournament left that is still played on grass. There's a cover on centre court these days too so no more singing in the rain.

If you want to catch some of the action but haven't got any tickets don't despair. There is a limited number of court tickets available on the day of play. It's a first come first served basis and cash only. Join the queues early for Wimbledon 2010 tickets and a grab a chance to see the superstars of Wimbledon play live.