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Exclusive Hospitality Packages with Tickets at The Aegon Championships 2017 

Held at The Queen’s Club, London, the Aegon Championships features the world’s best men’s singles and doubles players. It’s the first chance of the season for most players to switch from clay to grass courts. The tournament is also keenly watched as it’s known as a key indicator for Wimbledon – with 25 of the last 27 Wimbledon champions having played it.

Overtaking Lleyton Hewitt, John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Andy Roddick, reigning champion, Andy Murray, is the first man to ever win the Aegon Championships five times. We are excited to confirm that Andy Murray will play on Tuesday 20 June. Don't miss out on watching the world number one take to the grass at The Queen's Club.

As official providers of tennis hospitality packages at The Aegon Championships, we are committed to bringing the best experience you can possibly have at this quintesentially British event.

News and Blog

Wimbledon Ladies Singles 2017
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Wimbledon Ladies Singles 2017: What can we expect from our girls?

Whilst we will all miss the unstoppable power of Serena Williams, we must embrace the opportunity for other players to shine, especially our own British hopes. What can we expect from our girls this year?

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Nadal wins French Open
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Rafael Nadal wins record tenth French Open

Rafael Nadal has completed 'la decima' at Roland Garros and will now be targeting the Aegon Championships and Wimbledon.

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The history of Afternoon Tea at Wimbledon
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Catering director Martin Joyce discusses The history of Afternoon Tea at Wimbledon

Wimbledon Afternoon Tea is a hugely popular quintessential English tradition using only the freshest ingredients. We caught up with Martin Joyce, catering director at The Championships, Wimbledon to discuss how this convention has changed over the years and what the future might hold.

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