Wimbledon has confirmed there will not be a public ballot for tickets at the event this year.
On its website a statement reads: ‘We are pleased to confirm a return to more normal ticketing arrangements for 2022.’
All public tickets will be available to buy this year and fans are able to queue up on a morning for tickets for same day events.
For week one, tickets start at £27 for ground passes and rise as high as £145 for centre court.
During the second week, as the competition comes to a close, the ground passes will fall from £20 next Monday to £8 on the day of the final.
While centre court tickets will rise to prices of £240 and £230.
There is a strict limit of one pair of tickets per household at Wimbledon this year.