溫布爾登:"好心情是一樣的"--排隊的人回來標誌着2022年錦標賽的開始

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溫布爾登:"好心情是一樣的"--排隊的人回來標誌着2022年錦標賽的開始

最後更新於.從網球部分

"這是一次奇怪的復出--但良好的氛圍依然如故。"

但是,在被迫缺席三年之後,溫布爾登終於迎來了其著名的傳統,以紀念2022年錦標賽的開始。

在2020年的比賽因為Covid-19大流行病而被取消後,溫布爾登去年又回來了,但容量有限,只在網上售票。

然而,隨着周末和周一早上排隊的人流全面回到溫布爾登公園,通宵達旦的露營者和早起者又成千上萬地出現了。

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排在第一天隊伍前面的人在周六晚上就開始到達了--在場地大門開放前約40個小時,隊伍在北京時間周日下午14:00正式開始。

在他們身後,來自世界各地的人們,從第一次來的人到經驗豐富的排隊專家,都領取了確認其位置的排隊卡,並搭起了帳篷。

許多人,特別是那些有經驗的人,準備了遊戲和活動,讓自己在未來的等待中保持忙碌。

其中包括來自那不勒斯的達尼洛,他帶着滑板和網球球拍來到這裡。有機會見到拉斐爾-納達爾或馬特奧-貝雷蒂尼是他在2022年的優先事項清單上的重點。

對於那些稍晚到達的人來說,6點左右的提前開始將使你排在1500名左右的隊伍中--這個數字很快就會擴大一倍。

其中有美國人唐和唐娜,他們的任務是完成他們自己的大滿貫,參加網球四大賽事中的每一項,而唐也有一個單獨的目標,他希望在SW19繼續。

"這是我們第一次來這裡,但是我們的第三個大滿貫。我們在2019年去了法網,作為美國人,我們已經去過四次了。"

關於他們在清晨6點開始後希望得到什麼,唐補充說:"一張場地通行證--還有一頂新帽子。我正從每個人那裡收集一個。"

大多數人只是對能參與這一切感到興奮。"任何人!"弗雷迪說,他希望在溫布爾登的首秀中看到誰。"我只是想要這種體驗。"

與此同時,住在附近的帕姆是第四次來到全英俱樂部。她說,她比平時早到了一點,期待在等待了三年之後會有很多人,但氣氛還是一樣的。

對所有參與者來說,這是一個很早的開始,那些紮營的人在6點左右就被管家叫醒開始收拾東西,以便提前發放數量有限的主球場門票的腕帶。

一系列的食品和飲料攤位為每個人的未來一天做好準備,然後再蜿蜒地走向場地--最終,期待已久的宣布。"管家,請打開大門"。

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Last updated on .From the section Tennis

"It's a strange comeback - but the good vibes are still the same."

But, finally, after an enforced three-year absence, Wimbledon welcomed back its famous tradition to mark the start of the 2022 Championships.

After the 2020 tournament was cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Wimbledon returned last year but with a limited capacity and online ticket sales only.

However, the overnight campers and early risers were back in their thousands as the queue returned in full force to Wimbledon Park over the weekend and into Monday morning. • None Follow live coverage of day one at Wimbledon • None Emma Raducanu & Andy Murray set for Centre Court on day one

Those at the front of the day one queue began arriving early on Saturday evening - about 40 hours before the gates to the grounds opened - with the line officially beginning at 14:00 BST on Sunday afternoon.

Behind them, people from around the world, from first-timers to seasoned queuing pros, collected their queue card which confirms their position and pitched up their tents.

Many, especially those armed with the experience of having done it all before, came prepared with games and activities to keep themselves occupied for the wait ahead.

That includes Danilo, from Napoli, who arrived equipped with padel and tennis racquets. A chance to see Rafael Nadal or Matteo Berrettini was high on his list of priorities for 2022.

For those that arrived a little later on, an early start of around 06:00 would place you around 1,500th in the line - with that figure taking little time to double in size.

Among them were Americans Don and Donna, who are on a mission to complete their own Grand Slam of attending each of tennis' four major events, while Don also has a separate target he hopes to continue at SW19.

"It's our first time here but our third Grand Slam. We went to the French Open in 2019 and, being from the US, we've been there four times."

On what they were hoping for following their early 6am start, Don added: "A grounds pass - and a new cap. I'm collecting one from each."

Most are just excited to be part of it all. "Anyone!" said Freddie, on who he'd like to see on his Wimbledon debut. "I just want the experience."

Meanwhile, Pam, who lives close by, was making her fourth trip to the All England Club. She said she had arrived slightly earlier than normal, anticipating a keen crowd after a three-year wait, but that the atmosphere was still just the same.

It is an early start for all involved, with those who have camped woken by the stewards to begin packing up at around 06:00 in advance of the wristbands for the limited number of main court tickets being handed out.

An array of food and drinks stands are on hand to set everyone up for the day ahead, before the snaking journey towards the grounds - and, eventually, the much-anticipated announcement: "stewards, please open the gates". • None What's the controversy surrounding the new tournament?

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