Known as the warm-up to Wimbledon, this tournament attracts tennis superstars and serious supporters to the prestigious West London club
What to expect at the Fever-Tree Championships, Queen’s
The tournament starts with daytime tennis and you need to keep an eye on the draw if you want to see the top players in action. Leading tennis players from around the world use this as a warm up for Wimbledon.
Pippa Middleton usually attends along with the Duke of Northumberland’s children. On court you can catch the likes of Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and many other world beaters.
Event hotspots and hospitality
Courtside is the place to be and the Members’ Enclosure attracts the serious supporters. There is also a champagne bar with large screens within the grounds for those who only have admission tickets and can’t get access to the centre court.
With regards to hospitality, you can entertain guests in the Club Lounge, which includes a fine dining tasting menu with wine pairing per course, as well as a complimentary bar. Love 15 is a more relaxed option, meanwhile, the President’s Room is the premium offering with French doors that open out onto a balcony overlooking Centre Court.
Did you know
Andy Murray won the title in 2016 by beating Milos Raonic in the final. Murray also took the top spot in 2015, 2013, 2011 and 2009.
The Queen’s Club was established in 1886 and it was the first multipurpose sports complex ever to be built, anywhere in the world. The Queen’s Club remains one of the most coveted memberships in the country and is considered to be an exceptional sporting venue. The Queen’s Club has an iconic Clubhouse, which is recognised worldwide as the face of the Championships.
The Club has hosted as many as twenty-five different sporting activities and, as well as lawn tennis, it has been the scene for varied sports such as ice-skating, baseball, athletics and rugby.
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A smart tailored summer dress will be spot on for ladies, with a blazer jacket. Gentlemen are encouraged to dress smartly too, with chinos and a collared shirt preferable. This is a warm up for Wimbledon on court and also a warm up for Wimbledon in the fashion stakes too. Immaculate presentation goes hand-in-hand with Tennis.
The Queen’s Club, Palliser Road, London W14 9EQ
Public transport is strongly advised as there are parking restrictions in the local area during the tournament. The Piccadilly Line runs to Barons Court station, which takes you almost to the entrance of the club. Meanwhile, West Kensington station also includes the District Line. View Location.