There are just two weeks until one of the most highly anticipated sporting events on the British sporting calendar - Wimbledon.

Fresh off a win at the French Open over Casper Ruud, will Novak Djokovic defend his Wimbledon crown in 2023 and claim his 24th grand slam title?

While in the women's will it be Elena Rybakina for a second year in a row? Or will Iga Swiatek or Aryna Sabalenka add to their grand slam tallies in 2023 having won the French and Australian Opens respectively?

Perhaps one of the Brits will cause an upset and claim their home title?

Can Cam Norrie become the first British Wimbledon men's champion since Andy Murray in 2013?

Can Katie Boulter continue on her good form from the Nottingham Open to claim the women's crown? Only time will tell.

Whoever you're supporting, there's nothing better than being courtside cheering on your favorite player. 

Haven't got a ticket yet, don't worry, here's a guide on how to secure your spot at Wimbledon 2023.

Wimbledon 2023 public ballot tickets

The Wimbledon Public Ballot has closed and if you are yet to receive an email notifying you of your success, unfortunately, you have missed out on 2023 tickets.

For those that didn't enter the Wimbledon Public Ballot, or who were unsuccessful have no fear, there are other ways of obtaining tickets to this year's event.

News Shopper: Wimbledon 2023 tickets will be available each day via 'The Queue'Wimbledon 2023 tickets will be available each day via 'The Queue' (Image: PA)

The other alternative is 'The Queue'.

Hospitality packages were available through official hospitality provider Keith Prowse but have also sold out for this year's event. 

However, people interested can register their interest for a hospitality package at Wimbledon 2024.

Hospitality packages for this year's event ranged in price from £875pp to £1655pp.

Getting Wimbledon tickets through 'The Queue'

According to the championship website "Wimbledon remains one of the very few major sporting events where you can buy premium tickets on the day of play".

It added: "For many, The Queue at The Championships is as much a part of the Wimbledon experience as the tennis itself."

What is The Queue? It is just that - a queue where potential spectators line up in the hope of securing a ticket to Wimbledon.

Describing The Queue, the Wimbledon website says: "Each day a large Queue forms to buy either one of the limited Show Court tickets available, or a Grounds ticket. 

"Tickets are sold on a best available, one per person queuing basis and are non-transferable."

The Queue can start as early as the evening before and often see people camp overnight to secure a good spot in the line.

Up to 500 tickets for each of the Show Courts (Centre Court, No.1 Court and No.2 Court) will be sold each day.

The Grounds Pass - which is labeled the "The ultimate Wimbledon experience" - enables you to access all courts including No.3 Court, Court 12 and Court 18, as well as The Hill, where we screen the action from Centre and No.1 Courts.

There are a limited number of Grounds Passes available each day priced at £27 and are reduced from day nine onwards as The Championships progresses.

The Wimbledon website says: "If you arrive in The Queue by 9am, you should have a good chance of getting in, although we can't guarantee availability of course."

The Queue starts in Wimbledon Park with access via the Wimbledon Park Road gates.

The Wimbledon Park Road gate is just a five minute walk from Southfields Station.

When is Wimbledon 2023?

Wimbledon 2023 kicks off on Monday, July 3 and will run until July 16. 

The Wimbledon 2023 draws will be announced on June 30.