TENNIS HOSPITALITY

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In English sport, June is synonymous with the beginning of the grass court tennis season, and for spectators, it is a truly unique chance to enjoy the game's best players.

Tennis has a very special appeal to the English public, a certain magic which perhaps no other sport can deliver – a very potent mix of tension, skill, precision and of course, drama.

 

The passion and support of the crowds for all British players transpires within every tennis match, especially when the star attraction - Andy Murray – is taking centre stage

 

The Scotsman ended the 77 year wait for a Wimbledon champion in 2013, when he triumphed over Novak Djokovic in straight sets. Add the sublime talents of Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka, Roger Federer, and in the ladies’ game, Britain’s rising star, Johanna Konta, and it makes for compelling viewing. 

 

Keith Prowse is one of the only two tour operators who provide official tennis hospitality packages at WimbledonYou can also entertain guests in style at The Queen's Club Championships (formerly known as the Aegon Championships), The French Open at Roland Garros and the Nitto ATP Finals at iconic The O2. 

 

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Keith Prowse are proud to offer you official tennis hospitality experiences at some of the most iconic tournaments including The Championships, Wimbledon in SW19 and The Queen's Club Championship near London's Barons Court, W14.