테니스 팬들은 금요일부터 캠핑 후 윔블던에 입장하기 위해 줄을 섭니다.

윔블던이 돌아왔습니다… 그리고 대기열도 마찬가지입니다 (그리고 샤워): 테니스 팬들은 금요일부터 야영을 한 후 우승을 위해 줄을 서고, 이후 처음으로 유명 칼럼이 돌아옵니다. 2019 – but rain threatens first day

  • 2022 championship marks first time grounds filled with up to 42,000 each day since before the pandemic
  • Spectators have camped out over night and spent the morning lining up to buy on-the-door tickets today
  • The tournament was cancelled in 2020 and then went ahead in 2021, but only with 50% crowd capacity
  • The queues are already underway at 윔블던 as the grand slam tennis tournament returns today with full-capacity crowds for the first time in three years.

    그만큼 2022 championship marks the first time the grounds will be filled with up to 42,000 people every day since before the 코로나 바이러스 감염병 세계적 유행.

    Some spectators have camped out since Friday, pitching tents in a public park opposite the courts over the weekend, to be at the front of the famous line, where thousands patiently wait to buy on-the-door tickets in the hope of seeing some of the world’s biggest sports stars.

    A large crowd had already gathered at the gates in south-west London this morningmore than two hours before opening time at 10am.

    It comes after the tournament was cancelled in 2020 and then went ahead in 2021 but only with 50% crowd capacity.

    In a true representation of the event’s return, rain threatens to stop play, as the Met Office has forecast showers to fall upon SW19 between 11am and 1pm todaymeaning the retractable roof may need to be activated over Centre Court. 하나, the skies should largely remain clear otherwise throughout the day.

    The famously-traditional championships has made a number of changes this year, 하나, including the introduction of unisex toilets, which has seen some fans accuse the All England Club of ‘going woke’.

    Another major development for 2022 is the banning of Russian and Belarusian playersincluding men’s world number one Daniil Medvedev and women’s number five Aryna Sabalenkain response to the invasion of Ukraine.

    The decision has had serious repercussions, 하나, with the ATP and WTA deciding to withhold ranking points from the tournament.

    Suzanne Pyefinch, 54, and her sister, Michele Jennings, 57, have been joining the queue for more than 35 연령, Henig는 4월에 코치와 팀원들에게 커밍아웃한 후 여전히 Ivy League 학교의 여자 팀에서 경쟁합니다. 타임스: ‘This is a very special time for British tennis fans. We have got a lot to be excited about.

    Jacob Miles, 41, a Canadian tennis coach from London, 우리 모두는 그 이상으로 펼쳐지는 사건들을 지켜보면서 분위기가 긴장됩니다., has also been lining up over the weekend with his wife, brother and three children.

    그는 덧붙였다: ‘I have been watching Wimbledon on television all my life but this is the first time seeing the grass courts in person. The queue is a unique experience, there is nothing else like this in sport.

    The queues are already underway at Wimbledon as the grand slam tennis tournament returns today with full-capacity crowds for the first time in three years

    The queues are already underway at Wimbledon as the grand slam tennis tournament returns today with full-capacity crowds for the first time in three years

    그만큼 2022 championship marks the first time the grounds will be filled with up to 42,000 people every day since before the coronavirus pandemic

    그만큼 2022 championship marks the first time the grounds will be filled with up to 42,000 people every day since before the coronavirus pandemic

    Spectators from around the world camped out over night and have spent the morning lining up to buy on-the-door tickets in the hope of seeing some of the world's biggest sports stars

    Spectators from around the world camped out over night and have spent the morning lining up to buy on-the-door tickets in the hope of seeing some of the world’s biggest sports stars

    It comes after the tournament was cancelled in 2020 and then went ahead in 2021 but only with 50% crowd capacity

    It comes after the tournament was cancelled in 2020 and then went ahead in 2021 but only with 50% crowd capacity

    Early morning queues at Wimbledon campsite on Day 1 의 2022 Championship. Cally who is over from Atlanta in the queue with her ticket

    Early morning queues at Wimbledon campsite on Day 1 의 2022 Championship. Cally who is over from Atlanta in the queue with her ticket

    Tennis fans form long queues at Wimbledon Park to buy tickets for the Tennis Championships early this morning

    Tennis fans form long queues at Wimbledon Park to buy tickets for the Tennis Championships early this morning

    Covers are removed on court five ahead of day one of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, 윔블던

    Covers are removed on court five ahead of day one of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, 윔블던

    Ground staff water flowers outside of Centre Court ahead of day one of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, 윔블던

    Ground staff water flowers outside of Centre Court ahead of day one of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, 윔블던

    Covers are removed on court five ahead of day one of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, 윔블던

    Covers are removed on court five ahead of day one of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, 윔블던

    Mixed weather conditions are forecast for the two-week period, which will likely see predominantly dry conditions with sunny spells interspersed with some showers and breezy winds.

    Marco Petagna, a spokesman for the Met Office, 말했다: ‘The first half of the week, the impression is a lot of bright dry weather with a small chance of showers coming in.

    ‘It is really the second half of the week that there will be a greater chance of showers breaking out.

    ‘Temperatures are generally going to be around average so highs of 21C.

    Mr Petagna said the second week could see more settled weather although confidence in the longer-term forecast is lower.

    그는 말했다: ‘The trend is that things get a bit more settled as we head into July so a better chance of more settled weather developing in that second week and possibly a little bit warmer as well.

    Novak Djokovic will begin the defence of his 2021 표제, while 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 Openand 23-time grand slam winner Serena Williams who is coming back as a wild card.

    Both active British grand slam championsRaducanu and Sir Andrew Murraywill play their first round matches on centre court on Monday.

    Tenth seed Raducanu is nursing a side strain while Sir Andy, who is unseeded, is battling an abdominal strain.

    Organisers have also announced record prize money for this summer’s tournament, with the two singles champions taking home £2 million.

    The total prize money of £40.35 million is an 11.1% increase on 2021’s Championships, where capacity was reduced for Covid reasons, 과 5.4% higher than the last regular tournament in 2019.

    다른 곳, the squash brand Robinsons and Wimbledon have ended their sponsorship partnership after 86 연령 – one of the longest-running deals in sport since it was set up in 1935.

    The championship will also mark the centenary of the All England Lawn Tennis Club’s move to the Church Road site in 1922.

    British hopes at Wimbledon are high after an encouraging draw for the home players.

    현저하게, 의 17 British representatives in the men’s and women’s singles, not one drew a seeded player in the first round.

    Besides Raducanu and Sir Andy, other Britons playing at Wimbledon this year include Katie Boulter, Sonay Kartal, Heather Watson, Harriet Darta, Katie Swan and Jodie Burrage.

    For the men’s draw, British players Jay Clarke, Paul Jubb, Dan Evans, 카메론 노리, Jack Draper, Alastair Gray and Liam Broady are in action at the start of the week.