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Kelly
Jan 27th, 2004, 12:56 PM
has anyone else had a reply yet? i got mine this morning...centre court on tuesday 22nd june...i am sooooo excited i have never been to a tennis event b4. maybe if a few of us r going we could meet up for a bevvy or two...

RayRob
Feb 4th, 2004, 03:39 PM
Did you apply for the December deadline?

I will be in the LTA members ballot which usually takes place on the first Saturday in March, so I won't know until after then.

I was sucessfull for the first time in four years last year and it was a great experience - I know you'll love it. I was too busy making sure I wouldn't miss Lindsay's doubles match to have a good nose round though. I will have a bit more of a look round if I am sucessful this year - I might even be tempted to do the camping thing.......:D

So congratulations, I know how excited you must be - my heart was pounding when I got my letter last year!

-Rachel :bounce:

kazbeee
Feb 4th, 2004, 03:40 PM
hey Kelly

you kept this quiet!!!

Jan
Feb 6th, 2004, 07:54 AM
I am waiting for the LTA draw in March too. One of my friends may have had a reply to the December deadline - I shall have to find out. I have been to Wimbledon many times with tickets for No 1 and 2 Court but I have not yet cracked Centre, so well done Kelly. I am hoping it might be this year for me!

:worship:

*timtams*
Feb 17th, 2004, 02:15 AM
ooo hello people, im almost back from my trip from watching tennis in oz. I say almost im on free internet at some airport in japan. Not looking forward to getting back to england as ive heard its been quite cold.

Just to let you all know, linds looked gr8 in syd and melbourne. Lisa Raymond was also in gr8 form, i dont know why they dont team up more for doubles.

ooh i wonder if i got tickets thru the ballot this year, it doesnt really matter as i will be going anyway.
I tend to go for the ground pass as they are not such a rip off like the centre court ones which are sooooooooo expensive, especially as i have just been at melbourne!
I will hopefully be at eastbourne too, but who will be playing there is a bit random and it was incredibally windy last year.
Anyway must go for now, as my flight is getting a final call (ooopsie) !!!!
xxx
lene (aka beckl, but forgotten password)

joaco
Feb 17th, 2004, 02:21 PM
lene (aka beckl, but forgotten password)
:lol: NICE NICK!;)

Congrats Kelly! You must be so excited, it is great news I'm really glad for you.

I've got one question though: When you go to Wimbledon, let's say to see the Women's QF. You have to buy the ground pass which costs (:confused: ) just to enter Wimbledon. What court can you go to with this pass? And if you want to get into centre court for example do you have to pay an additional? How much would that be?
THANX

joaco

Jan
Feb 18th, 2004, 08:02 AM
I can't wait until 01 March for the LTA draw to see if I have got any tickets, I do hope so and I hope I can see Linds

Cheers to those of you who have tickets already.

:D

Snuffkin
Feb 19th, 2004, 10:12 PM
I've got one question though: When you go to Wimbledon, let's say to see the Women's QF. You have to buy the ground pass which costs (:confused: ) just to enter Wimbledon. What court can you go to with this pass? And if you want to get into centre court for example do you have to pay an additional? How much would that be?
THANX

joacoAs far as getting in the grounds, a ground pass will cost about 14 for the first week and it gets reduced by a couple of pounds by the second week. A ground pass allows you to go to any court numbered 2-19. There is a reserved seating area in Court 2, but to get that, you may have to camp out, or arrive very early.

As for Centre Court, a ticket for there, prices are on a sliding scale, allows you the same access as that of a ground pass, alongwith your reserved seat in CC. You don't need to pay twice.

Ticket prices change every year, but for a full list, check the Wimbledon website out - www.wimbledon.org (http://www.wimbledon.org/). and follow the links for ticket prices.

Hope that helps.