Friday, June 10, 2011

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This year Wimbledon marks 125 years of championship tennis, and the BBC is a partner in the first experimental 3D broadcasts from Centre Court.

3D will showcase the skill and power of the best players in the game today, and bring the most exciting match of the tournament to life in a whole new way with familiar voices in the commentary box.

The match is being broadcast by the BBC in 3D on the BBC HD channel, and on a limited number of larger screens as a special trial.

If you would like to be part of this historic event and celebrate this anniversary in 3D, you can enter the random draw for tickets below.

You can apply for tickets from Wednesday 8 June at 9am until Monday 13 June at 4pm.

Applications are limited to two tickets per household.

Please note that you are applying for tickets to watch the men's final in 3D at the listed screen locations and not for entrance into Wimbledon.

Also, by applying for tickets you are agreeing to your details being passed on to production who may contact you for the purposes of audience research only.

Click to find out how to apply for free tickets to 3D Screenings of Wimbledon.

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