Win VIP tickets to Champions Tennis at The Royal Albert Hall this November
Champions Tennis is back again for 2019 and will be returning to The Royal Albert Hall on 28 November for a long weekend of competitive and entertaining action. Some of the greatest stars of the game will take to the court, including 25-time Grand Slam Champion Martina Hingis, recently retired Marcos Baghdatis and David Ferrer, as well as crowd favourites Tim Henman and Mansour Bahrami.
This year the tournament will feature an exciting new format, which sees players working together in three teams as they compete for the coveted Champions Tennis trophy. The teams will be led by Greg Rusedski, Tim Henman and Goran Ivanisevic, who will each be joined by two other legends. The team with the most wins will then be crowned champions following the ATP Champions Tour Final on the Sunday night.
Each day will be comprised of an afternoon and an evening session – with four matches per session; two competitive singles matches, one competitive doubles match and an entertaining exhibition doubles match. For tennis fans, it’s an exciting opportunity to watch their favourite players in the iconic surroundings of the Royal Albert Hall, making for a truly memorable experience.
A host of other tennis legends will be hitting the court, including former world No.1 Juan Carlos Ferrero, Grand Slam finalist Mark Philippoussis, Thomas Enqvist and Xavier Malisse.
The event is suitable for people of all ages and is a festive favourite for families, friends and colleagues. Tickets start at £18.50 and can be purchased via the official website: www.championstennis.co.uk
One lucky winner has the chance to win four tickets to the evening session on Friday 29 November, starting at 7.30pm. The winner and their guests will enjoy complimentary drinks and nibbles in their VIP box and will also get the opportunity to meet one of the Champions Tennis legends who will visit your box during the evening event.
The order of play features two singles matches (Tommy Haas v David Ferrer and Marcus Baghdatis v Mark Philippoussis), one doubles match (Marcus Baghdatis and Greg Rusedski v Tim Henman and David Ferrer) and an exhibition doubles (featuring Martina Hingis, Heather Watson, Juan Carlos Ferrero and Mansour Bahrami).
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