Each year the Wimbledon website produces a lengthy and useful guide to queueing. Try googling “Wimbledon queue” and read those from last year for some thoughts.
Some people camp overnight and others arrive very early in the morning. The queue is very orderly and well-marshalled. At 6am, campers are woken up and they then take their numbered place in the queue.
Wristbands for the show courts are handed out to those at the front of the queue at 7.30am but as you’re coming during the first week you actually have the opportunity to see loads of big players in action on outside courts with just a grounds pass.
The queue itself is quite an experience but you will want to be up super-early.
OR I understand you could take the option of coming later in the day on the chance that some people may leave late afternoon and more space will open up.
Play continues quite late in the evening - till 9pm or so - on many courts.
And of course remember the infamous British summer weather. You could queue for hours only to see lots & lots of heavy rain...