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Tennis players who have graced The Queen
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Tennis Royalty at The Queens Club

Established in 1886, The Queen’s Club exudes elegance and history, owning its heritage of being the world’s first multipurpose sports complex. Members can play Lawn Tennis, Real Tennis and Squash on some of the finest and most prestigious courts worldwide. Located in West Kensington, the serenity and tranquillity of the setting and the club itself is incomparable, which is no surprise given its royal connections.

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Looking ahead to the sport that is going to be played this winter
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An Exciting Winter of Sport

Those long, warm summer nights have been replaced with dark evenings and cold weather. But fear not, because there is an exciting, jam-packed winter of sport to look forward to with top-class events taking place both globally and closer to home to carry you through.

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Entrance to Rosewater Pavilion hospitality space at The Championships Wimbledon
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What makes Rosewater Pavilion so special

With such a range of experiences available at The Championships, Wimbledon, it can be difficult to know what makes each one so unique. From the food, design, ambiance and location, all elements come together to create different experiences that are loved by so many. So, why is Rosewater Pavilion so special?

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Meeting Tom Sellers: Our Chef in The Treehouse

Tom Sellers, Chef Patron of 2 Michelin Star Restaurant Story, began his journey to becoming a chef almost 16 years ago and embarked upon his career while he was washing pots in his local pub.

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Cam Norrie holding the championship BNP Paribas trophy at Indian Wells
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Player in the Spotlight: Cameron Norrie

Cam Norrie’s year has been exciting and successful to say the least, and he has been on an upward spiral as the year has gone on. Having played in many tournaments this year, he has built up the consistency and ability to progress further and earn his place in the semi-final and finals of major tournaments, defeating strong players.

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Shadow on tennis court of player ready to play
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2021: What a Year for British Tennis

What a year it has been for British tennis players. While several Brits fell victim to injuries and COVID-19 throughout the year, many returned to the courts to fight for the titles. From Emma Raducanu rising to fame and making history to watching Cameron Norrie claim the first big win of his career at the Indian Wells Masters, 2021 has certainly got better and better for British Tennis.

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Experiences available with Keith Prowse
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Your Gifting Guide: Experiences Under £1000

Purchasing experiences can be a big decision and can’t be taken lightly, especially when it comes to buying for others. In most cases, prices are relative to the experience you want to receive, so making sure you’re fully aware of the whats, hows, dos, and don’ts is really important.

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Experiences available with Keith Prowse
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Your Gifting Guide: Experiences Under £500

Purchasing experiences can be a big decision and can’t be taken lightly, especially when it comes to buying for others. In most cases, prices are relative to the experience you want to receive, so making sure you’re fully aware of the whats, hows, dos, and don’ts is really important.

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A Taste of Wimbledon
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A Taste of Wimbledon

The Championships, Wimbledon is the world’s oldest tennis tournament and is arguably one of the most prestigious events in the sporting calendar. The unique, unparalleled atmosphere that Wimbledon exerts makes for an extraordinary day out and is something that you won’t experience anywhere else.

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