Wimbledon’s Centre Court is packed. The capacity of the 1 Court can be increased to 100% for singles quarterfinals and the finals.

Sunday’s announcement by the All England Club was that it will be the first time that a sporting event is held in an outdoor venue since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

Wimbledon was cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 epidemic. This was the first time that Grand Slam tennis tournaments have been canceled in 75 years.

The club stated that the increase in attendances from the main arenas, which were only 50% full, has occurred after the “successful staging of The Championships” and government approval.

The quarterfinals will begin Tuesday for women and Wednesday for men after Monday’s fourth round matches. The semifinals will follow with the women’s final on Saturday, and the men’s final on Tuesday.

The club stated that it could not allow full crowds for the singles finals before the tournament started.

Centre Court can accommodate 14,979 persons, while No. Centre Court can hold 14,979 people, while No. According to the club, the club stated that the amount of courts in play will determine how many fans are allowed on the site.

When they arrive at the tournament, spectators will still need to present proof of their COVID-19 status. This could be either that they have passed the previous 48 hours’ test or that they are fully vaccinated.