Wimbledon 2018 is just days away with the first matches taking place on July 2.

Thousands will flock to the green to catch the likes of Roger Federer, Serena Williams and British number one Kyle Edmund play over the next couple of weeks.

Although the venues are often full with tickets selling out, there's still a chance you can be there.

Fans can get their hands on Centre Court, one of the world's most famous tennis courts, and No.3 Court reserved seating the day before matches take place.

Andy Murray will face Benoit Paire of France in the first round of Wimbledon.

Plus there's also the chance to buy tickets returned by fans who can no longer attend.

Find out below all you need to know to get Wimbledon 2018 tickets.

How to get FREE Pimms and lemonade while tuning into Wimbledon 2018

Many people will be tuning into the Wimbledon tournament, whether it be at home snug on the sofa or perched on the legendary Henman Hill (which is also now referred to as Murray Mound).

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Here we found a way to cover the cost of 10x cans of Pimms Multi-Pack in a few simple steps.

*New Quidco members only. Cashback paid within 2 weeks.

  1. Join Quidco (it's free!)
  2. Click 'It's Pimm's O'Clock' to see the full offer T&Cs
  3. Visit your local supermarket and buy the 10x cans of Pimms Multi-Pack
  4. Upload your receipt here and get £15 cashback from Quidco

Enjoy this deal until July 15.

*please note, this offer is available in-store at Morrisons, ASDA or Tesco only*

How to get tickets the day before

Several hundred Centre Court and No.3 Court tickets are sold online on the day before play via Ticketmaster here.

Reserved seating tickets will go on sale each morning at 9am for the following day's play e.g. on Sunday July 1 for play on Monday July 2.

For returns tickets will go on sale with Ticketmaster at around 48 hours before the day of play e.g. at noon on Saturday June 30 for play on Monday July 2.

These are on a first come first served basis and there is a strict limit of two tickets per person/address/credit card.

Ticketmaster is the only authorised agent to sell Wimbledon tickets online.

The only other place you will find them are resale sites like Viagogo and Tickemaster's sister site GetMeIn for bigger matches including quarter, semi and finals. Be advised, however, that prices on these are set at the seller's discretion.

Go to ticketmaster.co.uk/wimbledon for more information.

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