WIN Wimbledon Centre Court tickets by taking our quick quiz!

Are you a die-hard tennis fan? Whether your answer is “yes” or “no”, what better way to enjoy the British summer than going to Wimbledon to see some of tennis’ biggest superstars battle it out on Centre Court for FREE?

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That’s right, Casino.org have TWO tickets up for grabs for you to see your favourite tennis players in action. All you have to do is take our quick quiz and answer all 5 questions correctly to qualify.

The competition runs from June 12th – 21st 2018, and the winner (who must be a UK resident) will be picked randomly and announced on June 25th. Full T&Cs can be found further down this page.

So, whether you want to see some quality tennis action or just enjoy the day out eating strawberries and cream and drinking Pimm’s, try out our quiz below:

This year’s Wimbledon takes place from July 2nd – July 15th, and will feature all of your favourite players in the men’s, women’s and doubles events, such as all-time greats Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal.

The 2018 edition marks the 132nd Wimbledon Championship, with the tournament having been played almost every year since 1877. The aptly Wimbledon-born Spencer Gore saw off a field of 22 fellow Brits to win the inaugural men’s tournament that year, while the seemingly immortal Federer is current defending champion and aiming to break his own record of eight titles at the All-England Club.

It was a few years after the men’s maiden event when the first women’s Wimbledon event was held in 1884, and Maud Watson holds the claim of being the first female champion after defeating her elder sister Lilian in the final. Moving on to the present day, Serena Williams was unable to defend her title last time out due to pregnancy, so will be determined to take it back from 2017 winner Garbine Muguruza.

So, for your chance to see the likes of all the above present day names, as well as potentially Britain’s own double Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, make sure to take Casino.org’s quiz now!

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