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KEY DATES FOR WIMBLEDON 2016

Qualifying begins: 20 June

The Draw: 24 June

Pre-event Press Conferences: 25 & 26 June

Order of Play: 26 June

Championships begin: 27 June

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Juniors

There are four Junior events at The Championships: Boys' Singles, Girls' Singles, Boys' Doubles and Girls' Doubles. They start with Boys’ and Girls’ Singles on middle Saturday of The Championships every year, and play throughout the second week with finals taking place over Finals weekend.

Junior players come from all over the world to compete in the Junior Championships. If you have some spare time do wander around the outside courts and see these future stars in action; the standard of tennis is not far short of the professionals!

Players are aged between 14 and 18 and they although they don’t receive prize money, they do receive ranking points that count towards their international junior ranking.

Many of today’s main draw players once competed at Junior Wimbledon, but very few have won both the junior singles and the main singles titles. These are:

Bjorn Borg (1972)

Pat Cash (1982)

Stefan Edberg (1983)

Roger Federer (1998)

Ann Jones (1956)

Karen Hantze (1960)

Martina Hingis (1994)

Amelie Mauresmo (1996)

Stefan Edberg remains the only player to have completed the ‘Junior Grand Slam’ by winning the junior event at all four Grand Slams.

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Junior Qualifying

Junior qualifying takes place at the Bank of England Sports Grounds, Roehampton.

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