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Southfields Underground station, on the District Line, is the nearest stop to the grounds.
Trains to Southfields run every five to eight minutes from Earl's Court station, terminating at Wimbledon.
Shuttle bus services are available from Southfields underground station to the grounds every few minutes and from Victoria every half hour but beware it will cost you.
Alternatively, walk via Wimbledon Park Road, which will take about 15 minutes.
Southfields, Wimbledon Park and Wimbledon are all in zone three.
There is a regular train service from London Waterloo to Wimbledon Station.
Also, as one of our readers point out, there is a direct through train to Wimbledon every half hour on the Thameslink route from Luton via St Albans, calling at various places in the northern suburbs and at Kings Cross, Farringdon and Blackfriars.
In addition, during the championships, some longer distance trains will call specially at Wimbledon, including trains from Portsmouth, Havant, Winchester, Southampton, Bournemouth, Poole, Basingstoke, Andover, Salisbury, Exeter, and other stations on these lines.
You can buy rail tickets in advance on these services using a credit or debit card by phoning 0845 6000 650 between 0600 and 2100 BST (allow five days for delivery).
Shuttle bus services are available from Wimbledon station to the grounds, leaving every five minutes.
Tickets for return rail journeys can be bought inside the grounds of the club at the travel centre in Aorangi Park.
BUSES & TRAMS
Only one bus route - the 493 between Richmond and Tooting - goes directly to the All England Club.
However, London General also operates buses direct from Marble Arch and Victoria to the championships every 30 minutes. For enquiries, phone 020 8545 6110.
Of the other local bus routes, the 93 (Putney Bridge - North Cheam) and the 200 (Raynes Park - Mitcham) go through Wimbledon Village.
From further afield, the 156 from Clapham Junction goes into Wimbledon.
Route One of the Tramlink service also terminates in Wimbledon.
The system runs three tram routes that create a network between Croydon, Beckenham Junction and New Addington.