Thanks for the info
What was the best ticket you got that way? (For which row?)
I've had tickets for Querrey v. someone, can't remember who, on Centre, right down near the court; Nadal v. Soderling on No. 1, again about 1st or 2nd row (plus the Olympics Swiss/Japan doubles I've mentioned elsewhere). And rubbish seat miles away from the action on No. 1 for someone else. It's totally random for returns, although I think they like to put people down the front because they don't want loads of empty seats showing on the cameras.
Wie bist Du denn dazu gekommen Deutsch zu lernen?
School (had to do Latin for 2 years first, hence the crash-course in German) - uni - post-uni. And now I've gone and mislaid my German tennis magazines ...
Also, did you manage to get tickets to watch Roger when you queued for them?
I could have done. I chose Nadal instead (I had my reasons
). I suppose it depends on what the schedule is, and the weather forecast. You won't get returns for the first match on, but if someone's scheduled for third, or even possibly second, match you may have a better chance. That's assuming the weather doesn't throw a spanner in the works ...
That's the main problem I think...
An additional problem is that over 40 years of age, you do not have much choice but to do what I am doing right now in my country.
Yeah, same over here. Tell me about it ...