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Wimbledon kicks off with capacity crowds for first time in three years

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Full-capacity crowds descend on Wimbledon for first time in three years. Novak Djokovic will begin the defence of his 2021 title. Rafael Nadal will make his return to the hallowed grass courts having not played at Wimbledon since 2019. Eyes will also be on British player Emma Raducanu after she made history last summer as the first qualifier to win the US Open.
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The Independent

Thousands arrive at Wimbledon for first full-capacity tournament in three years

Seven British stars including Andy Murray and Emma Raducanu are poised to play on the first day of the SW19 championships.

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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Wales Online

Wimbledon returns with full capacity crowds for first time since 2019

The tournament was cancelled in 2020 and went ahead in 2021 but only with 50% crowd capacity

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Evening Standard

Wimbledon kicks off with capacity crowds for first time in three years

The grand slam tennis tournament will see the Queue return as spectators from around the world line up to buy on-the-door tickets.

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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LBC

Wimbledon 2022 begins with return of capacity crowds for first time in three years

Tennis fans joined have descended on SW19 in their thousands as the famous Wimbledon queue for tickets returned in earnest for the first time in three years.

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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Thousands arrive at Wimbledon for first full-capacity tournament in three years

By Laura Parnaby, PA Thousands of tennis fans have begun pouring through the gates at Wimbledon as it returns at full capacity for the first time in three years. The UK Met Office has warned the expected 42,000 supporters to brace for rain showers in the early afternoon – just as the first Centre Court games are set to begin. The world’s oldest tennis tournament was cancelled in 2020...Source

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