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Anyone for Tennis? VIP Hospitality

Posted on 13/05/2016

With the Italian Open in full swing Tennis is most definitely on the collective minds of many a sport fan. One of the most prestigious clay tournaments in the world this fantastic competition is a good indicator of form for the upcoming French Open. Already there have been upsets with Roger Federer being beaten by world number 15 Dominic Thiem in straight sets in the third round, and British number two Heather Watson bowing out against Czech Barbora Strycova but Johanna Konta continues her good form.

Tennis is a uniquely captivating sport, often grit and determination matter in equal parts to skill and stamina creating some truly memorable experiences. An invitation to see one of the four Grand Slam tournaments is something that cannot be turned down, with the opportunity to see one of the greats play in person a dream day for many.

The Australian Open may already have come and gone but now the tennis season starts proper with some wonderful opportunities to get involved, as always the British hope is on Andy Murray and 2016 may well be the year he repeats the wonderful moment he won Wimbledon in 2013.

French Open

Sunday 22nd May – Sunday 5th June 2016

French Open

Often referred to as Roland Garros, the premier clay court tennis championship in the world officially opens on Sunday 22nd May. The second of the big four annual Grand Slam tournaments is also considered to be the most demanding on its players, with a slow-playing surface often upsetting even the best players in the world.

 

AEGON Championships

Monday 13th – Sunday 19th June 2016

AEGON Championships

Traditionally seen as a warm-up for Wimbledon the AEGON Championships at Queen’s Club, London serves as a major sounding board for the form of many top players in the world. This fantastic arena often provides the first chance of the season for players to switch from clay to grass courts with Andy Murray lifting the trophy in 2015 after playing South African Kevin Anderson.

 

Hurlingham Tennis Classic

Tuesday 21st June – Friday 24th June 2016

Hurlingham Tennis Classic

The Tennis Classic at Hurlingham offers the perfect opportunity for ATP players to get that last minute practice in before Wimbledon, as well as allowing retired legends the chance to entertain the crowds. Combining timeless elegance set within a stunning 42 acres of magnificent grounds this event is made to impress, a true gem in a hidden green oasis.

 

Wimbledon

Monday 27th June – Sunday 10th July 2016

Wimbledon Championships 2016

The event of the year, the one every tennis player wants to win arrives in just under 7 weeks. The oldest tennis tournament in the world as well as being the only Grand Slam still played on grass, this special championship attracts fans the world over with a rich tradition of excellence and exclusivity found nowhere else.

Notoriously hard to get tickets for due to the sheer volume of requests one of the only ways to ensure access on the day you want to attend is to purchase debenture tickets. Events International is the biggest supplier of these VIP tickets which grant you unlimited access to Centre or No.1 Court (dependent on which court you buy) for the day, as well as entry to the exclusive Debenture Lounge where you can buy food and drink on the day.

2016 is looking set to be one of the biggest years in tennis, join us in one of our fantastic facilities this year and find out what you’ve been missing.