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Wimbledon 2024

Scheduled to be held July 1-July 14, 2024

The European clay season is over, and the men's ATP tennis season is finally underway on grass. The biggest event is Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world, which was first held in 1877 at the All England Cloakee Club in England. Incidentally, it was the 10th year of the Meiji Era (1877) in Japan, during the Civil War.

Wimbledon is characterized by white top and bottom clothing and a low, slippery grass court surface (I have never played on a grass court). The court has favored big servers in the past, and in recent years, all-around players have been playing well, but from the late 1980s to the early 2000s, the winners were tall serve-and-volleyers. Becker, Edberg, and in the 1990s, Pete Sampras of the United States won seven times. Many of the matches were honestly boring to watch, with many points ending within a few shots.

From 2003 to 2022, only the so-called "Big Four" have won most of the tournament, with Federer winning eight times and Djokovic seven times. In the past, Kimiko Date and Kei Nishikori and Shuzo Matsuoka have finished in the top four and top eight, respectively, as modern Japanese players.

As racquets have evolved, short points have become less frequent, and the stroke competition has become more spectacular. The men's tennis world is at a turning point with the rise of young players. Please come to Wimbledon and immerse yourself in the world of tennis. Tickets can be arranged.

Winner of recent years

2023: Carlos Alcaraz
2022: Novak Djokovic
2021: Novak Djokovic
2020: No event
2019: Novak Djokovic *Kei Nishikori Best of 8
2018: Novak Djokovic *Kei Nishikori Best of 8
2017: Roger Federer

London Heathrow Airport (EGLL)

Example of private jet fee
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