June 16, 2021
Wimbledon 2021 semi-finals and finals days can now enjoy 100 percent crowd capacity!
It’s more than anyone dared to hope for over the last year or so.
Centre Court will be packed as usual for the greatest days of all.
The Men’s semi-finals on the second Friday and then of course the Finals Weekend are always the biggest occasions at Wimbledon.
Now we know they can be savoured to the full!
Anyone who had worried about a lack of atmosphere at Wimbledon 2021 can now rejoice instead!
This is going to be the first Grand Slam event to enjoy capacity crowds since the global pandemic.
You don’t even need to wear a mask once you take your seat at the All England Club.
That goes for when you are sat eating and drinking too.
Of course you will need to prove you don’t have covid19 as you enter the club for your special day.
That’s the way we all get to enjoy ourselves and celebrate the great British summer in style.
With that peace of mind we get to enjoy the all-time greats at least one last time.
Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic and our own Andy Murray will all be looking to go deep at Wimbledon.
So it’s worth reading all the latest details from the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
That way you can really start to look forward to one of the world’s greatest sporting occasions.
The AELTC explained: ‘All ticket-holders attending The Championships will be required to show proof of COVID status upon entry, either in the form of both vaccinations (first and second dose), and with the second dose fourteen days ago; or a negative lateral flow test (for those aged 11 and over).
‘Proof of a negative lateral flow test taken within 48hrs of attending the event can be displayed via SMS text, or via the NHS App.
‘Proof of vaccine can be displayed via the NHS App, NHS website or by downloading and printing off a PDF through the App or website.
‘A non-digital letter is also available through the NHS website using the ‘Get your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination status letter’ service or by phoning 119.
‘Users of the NHS App will also be able to show their natural immunity (through a positive PCR test in the last 180 days) through the NHS App.
‘Ticket-holders will be required to wear face coverings while moving around the venue grounds. To further trial the suspension of Non-Pharmaceutical Interventions (face coverings and social distancing), the use of face coverings and social distancing will not be mandatory while ticket holders are seated while at the venue.
‘This will enable ticket-holders to sit with any guest at any time, both in the court and in food and drink spaces. However we expect there still to be a form of social distancing around the Grounds, particularly in managing any queues.’
The grounds will be opening early to make your day even more fun.
‘In order to manage the flow of movement, the Grounds will open at the earlier time of 10am, with play commencing on outside courts at 11am, on No1 Court at 1pm and on Centre Court at 1.30pm.
‘As agreed with the government, The Championships 2021 will begin on Monday 28 June with 50 percent capacity across the venue grounds. Stadium capacities for Centre Court and No1 Court will open at 50 percent capacity, while the smaller show courts will be permitted to open at 75 per cent capacity from Monday 28 June.
‘For the Fourth Round and Quarter-Finals, we aim to increase Centre and No1 Courts allocations, along with a number of Ground passes, and for the Semi-Finals and Finals, we aim to have 100 percent capacity on Centre Court, with a small number of tickets on No1 Court and Grounds passes.’
So we can look forward to a typically vibrant climax to Wimbledon 2021!
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We just can’t wait for the festivities to begin. How about you?
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