We want to ensure that the cinch Championships are as welcoming, inclusive and accessible as possible, working within the restrictions of a temporary outdoor venue. If you'd like to see additional facilities at the tournament, or if you have any other personal requirements, please let us know below:
Action Audio, a partnership between the LTA, BBC & AKQA and strongly supported by RNIB and British Blind Sport through their Sport England funded programme ‘See Sport Differently’, creates a 3D spatial audio experience for live sports to allow blind and partially-sighted audiences to follow the action in real-time.
The live Action Audio feed is available below for all semis and finals matches of the cinch Championships this weekend. For the audio feed and the live stream, you can visit the BBC page below.
For detailed instructions and sound samples of how Action Audio works, please visit their 'How it works' page. We'd love to hear about your experience using the Action Audio feed. To do so, head over to Action Audio's homepage and scroll down to the bottom of the page.
Are you interested in Visually Impaired tennis and where to play? Visit the LTA Visually Impaired tennis page.
Head to our dedicated 'Food & drink' page below for more information on accessibility.
Accessible toilets are available at four locations within the grounds.
There will be a map of the grounds at the tournament, or ask an Event Steward on site for more information.
Registered guide dogs are permitted within the grounds, but are not allowed into the grandstand seating. Those wishing to access Centre Court with their registered guide dog should buy a ticket for the wheelchair seating area. Please note that there are no dog spending areas within the grounds, however a re-entry policy is in place to facilitate leaving the grounds.
Hearing Induction Loops are available to those with hearing aids fitted with a ‘T’ switch, for use on Centre Court. For more information, speak to an Event Steward on site.
Lift access is available to the first floor of the South Pavilion hospitality area and Court 1 Pavilion. Check out the Grounds Map or ask an Event Steward on site for more information.
All ground surfaces within the site are hard. There are some ramps in place to aid accessibility and Event Stewards are available to provide assistance if necessary. Due to the temporary nature of the site, not all staircases or ramps have handrails.
Our travel & parking page below will have all the information and advice you need on travelling to the tournament.
Please note that both Barons Court station and West Kensington station do not have step-free access. The closest underground stations with lifts are Hammersmith, Kensington Olympia and West Brompton.
Our seating plan for details of viewing areas for wheelchair users will be available soon.
Unfortunately, wheelchair hire is not available at the tournament, but there are storage provisions for foldable wheelchairs.
Foldable wheelchairs can be left onsite but storage must be reserved at least one week in advance of your visit as space is limited. Wheelchairs are left at the owner’s own risk and no other items can be left with them. To reserve your space and for more information, please complete the form below.