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Wimbledon's longer queues 'may be down to Olympic effect'

1 July 2013 Last updated at 20:57 BST

More people than ever before have been willing to wait in line for more than four hours for a chance to attend the Wimbledon Tennis Championships.

Some are putting it down to the Olympic effect.

Online ticket seller Ed Parkinson says there is four times more demand for tickets than last year because it is the "event of the summer".

Lindsay McKinnon and Eileen Whitwam from Save the Children also appear in this report by Sarah Harris.

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