Champions Tennis Hospitality
Royal Albert Hall
Champions Tennis, formerly Statoil Masters, is now firmly established as one of the UK’s most popular indoor tournaments – drawing crowds of more than 30,000 over the course of the event. Which is why DTB is proud to offer Champions Tennis Hospitality.
About The Event
The Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall is arguably one of the most unique tennis events in the world. Though a fun and light-hearted event it attracts some of the sport’s greatest legends.
The tournament is the final in a series that travels around the world. To qualify, players must either have been a world number 1, a Grand Slam finalist or a singles player in winning Davis Cup team. Tim Henman won the 2011 tournament after a wild card entry and is regularly one of the main contenders in a list which often includes greats such as; John McEnroe, Jimmy Connors, Bjorn Borg and Boris Becker.
The Royal Albert Hall was opened in 1871 and has regularly hosted some of the world’s most famous artists in its infamous auditorium. Located opposite the beautiful Hyde Park this is a spectacular location to entertain friends and clients at the start of the festive season.
Champions Tennis Hospitality and Tickets
Hospitality at the Masters is a must for those searching for the ultimate VIP experience. A range of packages at a multitude of prices guarantee that there will be something to match any budget. Each option includes access to a private box to view the sport, with prices differing depending on the box location and extras provided alongside. The Champions Club package is extremely popular; with the best view in the auditorium and fine dining experience it is hard to beat.
Contact DTB for more information about Champions Tennis Hospitality.
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