Wimbledon organizers are working to reduce the number of spectators for the tournament this year due to coronavirus restrictions.
The All England Club said Thursday that it remains flexible as it responds to changing circumstances during the pandemic as the English government follows a roadmap out of lockdown.
All England Club, which last year pulled out of the tournament for the first time since World War II, said, “We want to ensure that we can leave decisions on public capacity as late as we can to welcome the maximum number of guests.”
The club said that all players, their support teams, and tennis officials would be required to stay in the tournament’s official hotel and not in private homes.
“However, the promise of a return to a more normal existence is on the horizon, which we have not yet achieved,” said All England Club Chairman Ian Hewitt.
Wimbledon 2021 will be held from June 28 to July 11. There will be no official ticket ballot this year, and organizers will provide an online platform for ticket sales in June.
Due to the likelihood of continuing social distancing requirements, there will be no ticket resale operations.
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