The public ballot for Wimbledon's 2024 Tennis Championships is now open.
The ever-popular tournament — which next takes place 1-14 July 2024 — allows anyone to enter the ballot for day access tickets to Centre Court and Court Nos. 1, 2 and 3.
2024 ticket prices range from £50 for a No. 3 Court ticket on the opening couple of days, to £275 to watch the Men's or Women's final. You don't get to pick and choose what you'd like to watch, however — this is simply a case of seeing what you're offered (if anything at all).
You'll be notified if you've been successful in the ballot from November onwards, and you'll have 14 days to then purchase the pair of tickets you've been allocated. Of course, if you decide you don't want them, there's no obligation to buy.
You can enter the Wimbledon ballot here — it takes a few minutes, and you've got until 11.59pm on 10 October 2023 to do so. Ballot winners are picked at random, and no preference is given to those who enter earlier.
If you're not successful this way, don't throw a McEnroe-esque hissy fit; you can usually get into Wimbledon by joining the world's most famous queue.