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Organising for Wimbledon 2020

Harry Francis

Harry Francis


Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon

Following a nerve-wracking two weeks and a record-breaking Men’s Singles Final, spectators are only just beginning to recover from this year’s Wimbledon’s Championships. In a year which saw Novak Djokovic take his fifth Wimbledon title, Andy Murray return to the court following a potentially career-ending injury and Coco Gauff’s stunning Wimbledon debut, it’s no surprise that tennis fans are already building up for the 2020 Championships.

Scheduled to take place from 29th June – 12th July, the 2020 Wimbledon Championships aren’t just a top sporting event, they’re the pinnacle of the social calendar too. With numerous high-profile guests in attendance, the Championships are the ideal venue to enjoy with friends and network with business associates.

Whilst it’s too early to say who will be playing at next year’s tournament, Djokovic, Nadal and del Potro are expected to be in attendance. Although rumours regarding a potential retirement for Roger Federer have been circling, his performance in this year’s Championships certainly ensures he’s a contender for next year’s trophy. Having returned to Wimbledon to play in the Double’s tournament in 2019, fans will be hoping Andy Murray is fighting fit for the Men’s Singles in 2020 too.

In the Women’s Singles, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Caroline Wozniacki, Petra Kvitova, Victoria Azarenka and Johanna Konta are likely contenders, whilst Simona Halep is sure to want to defend her title. After wowing the crowds with her Wimbledon debut this year, Coco Gauff is also likely to return to the courts at SW19, potentially playing in both the Women’s Singles, Ladies Doubles and Mixed Doubles tournaments.

Hospitality at Wimbledon 2020

With tennis fans already trying to find a way of securing tickets to next year’s seminal sporting event, Wimbledon is set to be as popular in ever in 2020. Indeed, the range of exceptional packages on offer ensures that guests can experience the iconic grass court event in unparalleled style.

To ensure you get the best seats in the house, Wimbledon debentures are the best tickets out there. Ensuring you have the finest view of Centre Court and Court No. 1, Debenture tickets are always in high demand, and sell out well before the start of the Championships. Committed to providing guests with unrivalled access to major tournaments and sports event hospitality, DTB are pleased to offer a select number of Wimbledon Debentures tickets for the 2020 Championships.

As well as securing you optimum seats, Wimbledon Debentures also give you access to the exclusive Debentures Lounge. Giving you the option to enjoy grab a bite to eat or relax with a drink in luxury surroundings, the Debentures Lounge is the perfect backdrop to a day of world-class tennis.

Corporate Entertaining At SW19

Wimbledon hospitality lounges are a great place to relax with friends and family, but they also provide the perfect venue for networking and meeting business associates. The ultimate place to see and be seen, you’ll be in fine company when you book your hospitality tickets to next year’s Championships.

If you want to impress your associates or secure facetime with potential clients, securing a private suite at SW19 is the way to do it. Luxurious surroundings and attentive service ensure all of your needs will be catered for throughout the day, and VIP access to the courts will mean you won’t miss a second of the action. Whether you’re keen to impress clients or you’re eager to see every swing of the racquet, the 2020 Championships combine the pinnacle of the sporting year with matchless corporate hospitality venues.

Champions Tennis at The Royal Albert Hall

If you’re already counting down the days until next year’s Wimbledon Championships, why not enjoy Champions Tennis in the meantime? Hosted at The Royal Albert Hall in South Kensington, this event brings tennis right into the heart of the capital and gives you a fantastic opportunity to see world-class players in a unique environment.

Whilst the tournament is certainly fun, it’s highly competitive too. Players must have either been a Grand Slam finalist, a single player in a winning team in the Davis Cup, ranked at World No. 1 or secure a wild card to take part, so it’s an event which attracts some of the tennis world’s greatest players of all time.

Both the Racquet Club and the Champions Club offer fantastic hospitality actions, with champagne receptions and gourmet food available, as well as early VIP admission and Q&As with a Champions Tennis Legend. Whether you want to secure a courtside seat with Racquet Club hospitality package or a premium box seat via Champions Club hospitality, this beloved event promises to be a great start to the festive season.

To find out more or to book tennis hospitality tickets now, get in touch with DTB today.

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