Passion for tennis at Wimbledon

It’s time to book your tickets to London to enjoy Wimbledon’s second week and the finals on 10 July! Let Baroque Travel arrange everything for you

 

Everybody’s talking about Wimbledon right now; the excitement of this prestigious tennis tournament is in full throttle. The tournament, which kicked off on 27 June and goes through until 10 July, is about to enter its second week, and this is when the excitement heats up, and we find out whether defending champion Novak Djokovic can do it again for a second time, or whether there will be a new champ come the finals. On the female side of the draw, Serena Williams is still a favorite, especially after walking away with her 21st Grand Slam at Wimbledon last year.

 

Whoever is the winner walks away with even more prize money than 2015’s £26.75 million (more than $35.5 million!). This year the winner will take home an even bigger sum in the region of £28.1m (around $37 million), while the champions of the Men’s and Women’s singles will earn a princely £2m ($2.65 million) each from the All England Club.

For those of you who aren’t planning to head for the UK to watch this legendary tournament, Wimbledon 2016 is being aired on TV. But whether you’re watching from your sofa or are heading for London to watch the second week of play, here’s a program schedule listed below.

 

Remember, if you’d like to book tickets to any of the games, there’s still time. Baroque Travel can do this for you. We can also make all your travel arrangements to London, including flights, accommodation and transfers. So contact us right away, info@baroquetravel.com and we will arrange everything for you.

 

Wimbledon Second Week highlights and program

Tuesday July 5

Main draw matches from 11.30am, 1pm on Centre and No.1 Courts.

Ladies' Singles quarter-finals

Gentlemen's Doubles quarter-finals

Ladies' Doubles quarter-finals

Mixed Doubles second round

Boys' and Girls' Singles second round

Boys' and Girls' Doubles first round

Invitation Doubles

 

Wednesday July 6

Main draw matches from 11.30am, 1pm on Centre and No.1 Courts.

Gentlemen's Singles quarter-finals

Ladies' Doubles semi-finals

Mixed Doubles second round

Boys' and Girls' Singles third round

Boys' and Girls' Doubles second round

 

Thursday July 7

Main draw matches from 11.30am, 1pm on Centre and No.1 Courts.

Ladies' Singles semi-finals

Gentlemen's Doubles semi-finals

Mixed Doubles third round

Wheelchair Gentlemen's and Ladies' Singles quarter-finals

Boys' and Girls' Singles quarter-finals

Boys' and Girls' Doubles third round

Invitation Doubles 

 

Friday July 8

Main draw matches from 11.30am, 1pm on Centre and No.1 Courts.

Gentlemen's Singles semi-finals

Gentlemen's Doubles semi-finals

Mixed Doubles quarter-finals

Wheelchair Gentlemen's and Ladies' Singles semi-finals

Wheelchair Gentlemen's and Ladies' Doubles semi-finals

Boys' and Girls' Singles semi-finals

Boys' and Girls' Doubles quarter-finals

Invitation Doubles 

 

Saturday July 9

Main draw matches from 11.30am, 1pm on Centre and No.1 Courts.

2pm - Ladies' Singles final

Gentlemen's Doubles final

Ladies' Doubles final

Girls' Singles final

Wheelchair Ladies' Singles final

Wheelchair Gentlemen's Doubles final

Mixed Doubles semi-finals

Boys' and Girls' Doubles semi-finals 

Invitation Doubles 

 

Sunday July 10

Main draw matches from 11.30am, 1pm on Centre and No.1 Courts.

2pm - Gentlemen's Singles final

Mixed Doubles final

Wheelchair Gentlemen's Singles final

Wheelchair Ladies' Doubles final

Boys' Singles final

Boys' Doubles final

Girls' Doubles final

Invitation Doubles finals