(EFE) – Wimbledon finals will be held in front of 15,000 spectators, that is, the total capacity, despite the delay in lifting the restrictions on United kingdom.
The rest of the tournament will allow a total of 21,000 people per day into the tournament, Which represents 50% of the total capacity of the All England Club, according to English media.
This will be the first event in the UK to allow 100% capacity after the start of the pandemic And despite the British government’s announcement on Monday that it would delay lifting restrictions by four weeks until August 19 for new cases of COVID-19.
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The English Championship, the third Grand Slam of the season, On Wednesday he will announce the vaccination or test requirements that people who decide to have will need Visit the London complex.
It must be remembered that the players who attend the tournament will be accommodated in official hotels in the city center And that they will not be able to rent private housing as was the norm before the pandemic.
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Spaniard Rafael Nadal (third) questioned his participation in the tournament and will decide in the coming days, due to the physical exhaustion caused by Roland Garros, the tournament that reached the semi-finals.
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