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Post Wimbledon Tour Experience

Published: Tuesday 8th of July 2008

Now that Nadal has clinched his Wimbledon title, knocking the famed Roger Federer off the top spot, the Wimbledon Tour Experience can once more be enjoyed by visitors enjoying some London sightseeing.

During the Championships the tour is unavailable but as of Saturday July 12th, the Wimbledon Tour Experience will be once more open to tourists and tennis fans.

The tour takes in No.1 Court as well as the Picnic Terraces and the famous Water Gardens which offer "fantastic" views across London.

Visitors to London who have enjoyed watching the recent grass court tennis Championships on television will also be able to view the Millennium Building and Press Interview Room, which are out-of-bounds during the June matches.

While Centre Court is being developed this summer the BBC Television Studio will be available for viewing in its place on the Wimbledon Tour Experience.

This tour is available in a selection of languages including English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.

London Pass holders can receive free entry to the Wimbledon Tour Experience.

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