Rafa Nadal Returns To Play Wimbledon
From June 22 and July 5 will be held in London of oldest and most prestigious in the world, Wimbledon Tennis Championship. The British tournament is the most-watched among the four calendar Grand Slam, also comprised of the Australia Open, the Open de France and the U.S. Open. The male end of last year broke records for being the longest final in the history of the tournament which takes place in grass runway from 1877, quoted in that Rafael Nadal (number one in the world rankings) and the Swiss Roger Federer clashed for nearly 5 hours resulting in a victory for the Spanish, who managed to snatch Federer the title which was won consecutively since 2003. During the two weeks of the tournament, participants will fight for a title among the categories of individual male or female as well as male, female and mixed doubles. The expectations of the British focus on Andy Murray, while in female category the protagonism of the Williams sisters is almost assured to that, in the last nine editions, the tournament has seen winners alternately on seven occasions. The great novelty of this year has been the installation of a drop-down ceiling in Center Court where held the finals, that will keep the tournament on schedule without suffering the setback of the characteristic English meteorology. Besides enjoying the tournament, visitors can enjoy other activities like visiting the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum, where the Championship trophies are displayed.
Visitors to the Museum can view a movie on a screen of 200 that immerses the viewer into the world of this Championship, or contemplate the extensive collection of sportswear used by the best players from 1980 until today, including typical pirate pants of Rafael Nadal. Last year more than half a million people went to London. Those who want to attend the event may purchase tickets for a price of between 29 and 100 pounds sterling, according to the party. If you don’t want to lose the great event of tennis in Europe, find the best offers of hotels in London with LateRooms.com: FlexiStay ApartHotel from 52.16 The Langorf from 112,43 and double room double room with breakfast included. Original author and source of the article.