The Wimbledon season is about to unfold, and the country will focus on tennis this coming July 2017. One thing that the British citizens are looking forward is the attendance of the Duchess Of Cambridge as Patron. Queen Elizabeth II held the position for 64 years, and Kate Middleton was appointed patron in December last year.

Kensington Palace announced that the Duchess would be attending the opening day not as a royal spectator but as patron. She will arrive in time for the opening match and wants to meet all the participants for the championship according to Inquisitr.

Prince William’s wife will be meeting with all people assigned to facilitate the tournament, especially the medical and safety stewards.

Kate Middleton is a tennis enthusiast

Middleton who is a tennis enthusiast herself has been attending past Wimbledon games. She witnessed Andy Murray’s matches last year. Her 2016 appearance enabled her to have a chat with Oracene Price, the mother of Venus and Serena Williams.

The Wimbledon championship matches will be from July 3-16, 2017. According to Mirror, there are three ways to get the tickets – Ticketmaster, Queuing, and hospitality packages. The effortless way to get a ticket is online. Queuing could be tedious, and the best thing to do is to line up early.

It will be at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club venue. Resale tickets for sold-out matches can be checked via GETMEIN, Viagogo, and StubHub.

For hospitality packages, Keith Prowse and Sportsworld are the two official tour operators for Wimbledon. Keith Prowse caters for American, UK, and European visitors while Sportsworld caters for Asian, Australian, and UK visitors also.

General admission tickets cost £25. A Center Court ticket for the last day costs £190.

The Duchess of Cambridge was assigned patron of various organizations

Aside from being the patron of the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, Kate Middleton was also appointed as patron of 100 Women in Hedge Funds Philanthropic Initiatives.

She is also the patron of East Anglia Children's Hospices (EACH), Action on Addiction, National Portrait Gallery, National History Museum, and The Art Room. The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry, Place2Be, The Scout Association, SportsAid, The Scout Association, The 1851 Trust, and the Air Training Corps were also added to her patronages.

Prince William is patron of Centrepoint, Tusk Trust, Football Association, Welsh Rugby Union, Royal Marsden Hospital, English School’s Swimming Association, and the Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight among others.