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The Champions Tennis – Royal Albert Hall (30th Nov – 4th December 2016)

October 10th, 2015 Posted by Events Calendar No Comment yet

The Champions Tennis is one of the jewels in the crown of the ATP Champions Tour held at the Royal Albert Hall since the Tour’s inception in 1998.

The event is also the ATP Champions tour’s longest-running tournament, attracting some of the biggest names in the sport such as Tim Henman, Goran Ivanisevic and Pat Cash.

The Champions Tennis never fails to attract the biggest names and personalities on the ATP Champions Tour to play competitively in both singles and doubles. In 2009, the event boasted legends Pat Rafter and Mark Philippoussis in its line-up for the first time. In 2010 Goran Ivanisevic finally won his first ever Champions Tennis title after five years on the ATP Champions Tour.

Players and spectators at the Royal Albert Hall drool over the experience of this annnual, pre Christmas extravaganza. Crowds are treated to high-quality tennis in a truly breathtaking setting, while players feel privileged to play in such a unique and atmospheric arena.

Don’t miss a host of former World No 1’s and Grand Slam champions this year !

Volley package includes:

A Private 2nd tier box for 4 people / Canapes/ Bowl food and dessert canapes /  A half bottle of white wine / tea and coffee / Official Sounvenir programme

Champions Club package includes:

Early VIP Admission / Champagne reception / Lunch or Dinner in the Champions Club /  Afternoon tea or evening dessert /  Coffee served in the box / Complimentary Bar and Steward /  Official Souvenir Program

Hospitality is available in either a Grand Tier Box ( 12 people ) or a Loggia Box ( 8 people )

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