Pull up a seat and learn about Wimbledon 2022 FAQs.

It’s hands down one of our very favorite tennis events of the year. If you can’t wait for all that posh British Pimms and strawberries and cream mixed with incredible tennis action, you’re going to want to read our lowdown.

Wimbledon 2022 FAQs

When is Wimbledon 2022?

Wimbledon 2022 runs from Monday, 27 June and finishes up on Sunday, 10 July. A truly summery affair.

Where can I find the schedule for this year’s Wimbledon?

A real Wimbledon 2022 FAQ for true tennis fans. You can find out when all the action is taking place on the official Wimbledon website.

When is Wimbledon 2022’s rest day?

There isn’t one! Yes, this is the first time in Wimbledon history where there isn’t a rest day.

When is this year’s Manic Monday in Wimbledon?

Because there’s no rest day, this is also the first year there’s no Manic Monday. That’s because the action can be spread out on the traditional Sunday rest day as well as the Monday.

Oh, and in case you didn’t know, Manic Monday was traditionally when both the male and female last 16 matches play out. All on the same day. It was called manic for a reason!

Can you get tickets for Wimbledon 2022?

Another one of the Wimbledon 2022 FAQs is how to get tickets. Well, we have to say, this year is pretty tricky.

That’s because 2022’s tickets were automatically given to those who won the 2020 Public Ballot. So if you’re looking now, you’ll be hard pressed to find a ticket.

Can you bet on Wimbledon 2022 now?

Yes, you can. Betting is already available on the favorites for Wimbledon 2022 on online sportsbooks like bet365. And if you’re new to bet365, you can use this bet365 bonus code.

Plus there are usually great offers while the matches are underway too. So it’s worth placing a cheeky bet early and seeing what else you can bet on during the Grand Slam itself.

A bit of background on Wimbledon

Now that you’ve got all those juicy Wimbledon 2022 FAQs down, let’s set the scene, in case you’re not already up to speed on this Grand Slam. It’s official name is The Championships, Wimbledon and it’s the oldest tennis tournament in the world. It’s been running since 1877 and is widely regarded as the pinnacle of tennis achievements.

With this prestige comes a lot of tradition, including the fact that it’s the only big tournament that’s played exclusively on grass.

Wimbledon always takes place on either the last Monday in June or the first Monday in July and runs for 14 days. As we previously mentioned, historically there was a rest day on the middle Sunday of

Wimbledon is also one of the four Grand Slam tournaments. The other ones include the Australian Open, the French Open and the US Open. Wimbledon comes third in that list.

Roger Federer holds the record for the most men’s singles wins, with eight triumphs between 2003 and 2017. Meanwhile, the woman with the most singles titles under her belt is Martina Navratilova, winning nine titles between 1978 and 1990.

Speaking of women, the first women’s singles event at Wimbledon was held in 1884, seven years after the first Championships.

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