On the 2nd of July I went to wimbledon. When I got there me and my dad parked in a field specifically for disabled people and it was so close to the entrance. We then had a brief look around we saw the hill where members of the public watch previous matches from centre court. We then decided to watch our first match, we decided to sit on court 18 and we sat near the back where there were a few seats reserved for crutch users. We watched 2 hours of the Jason kubler vs Jack sock match and then we had lunch and strawberries and cream in the seafood bar. After that we went to court 3 to watch the Alex Malcolm vs Taylor fritz match and on the 2nd set it got to a tie-break but Taylor fritz ended up winning. We then had a wonder around the site and decided to buy some resale tickets for court 2 and we watched the Jamie Murray and Bruno soares doubles match. Finally, we got some strawberries and cream and went back to the hotel. Wimbledon for me was such a great experience and I’m sure anyone who enjoys watching or playing tennis will too. It’s completely accessible anywhere where there is stairs outdoors there is some form of ramp and anywhere where there is stairs indoors there is a lift. There is a disabled loo wherever there are mens and woman’s  toilets  but remember to bring a radar key! You can still get in without one but you have to find a member of staff every time you need the loo. I would 100% recommend going it’s amazing and it’s one of the best experiences I’ve ever had.