Look Out for The Rising Stars in Tennis
As Andy Murray bids a sad farewell to life as a competitive tennis player, he will undoubtedly leave a gap for aspiring talent to fill. It’s the nature of the game. Before Federer and Djokovic there was Sampras and McEnroe and before the Williams sisters, Graf, Navratilova and Evert.
So, if you’re wondering if tennis events will be as exciting to watch after Murray’s exit then the answer is a resounding yes.
British players Kyle Edmund, Jamie Murray and a hopefully on form Johanna Konta are our prime hopes. Cameron Norrie enjoyed his first ever ATP final in Auckland this January so who can say how high he can rise?
Other names to look out for are the Canadian Bianca Andreescu, Daria Kasatkina and Aryna Sablenka in the women’s game and Alexander Zverev, Karen Khachanov and Stefanos Tsitsipas will be aiming to make 2019 their year.
When you take in matches at iconic UK tennis venues from Queen’s to Wimbledon, Birmingham to Eastbourne, as the ATP and WTA grass court season proceeds, don’t settle for a standard ticket offering a no-frills experience. The play will be astounding, ensure that the off-court facilities are as impressive. Tennis hospitality specialists including DTB Sports and Events have substantial and invaluable experience, tennis hospitality packages for corporate hospitality and private party guests and relationships with the venues’ management teams that mean that bespoke arrangements, additional touches and unique offerings are simple to organise.
For corporate hospitality guests, the investment in tennis events hospitality packages through industry specialists is proven to yield excellent return on investment and it garners increased loyalty and brand awareness. In our digital era electing to spend time with an associate, client or directors is notable. It shows a willingness to understand the guest, create a positive shared experience and, importantly, that they are not simply a walking-talking order or means to an end for your business.
For private parties celebrating a birthday, anniversary or reunion, surely luxuriating at the hallowed All England Club or one of the more intimate tennis events venues makes a pub lunch a poor alternative?
Who doesn’t enjoy a day out at a prestigious venue, captivated by the history and the majesty, the world class facilities, champagne and fine dining, opportunities to meet legends of the sport and to watch some of the most dynamic names in tennis?
Moreover, you can be courtside as the young pretenders to the champion’s throne take on and beat their idols. Remember that in Auckland, qualifier Bianca Andreescu beat grand slam champions and former world number 1’s Caroline Wozniacki and Venus Williams to reach the 2019 final; Williams already had 2 grand slam titles when Bianca was born!
Tennis events with competitively priced hospitality packages to consider in summer 2019 include:
- Nature Valley Open and International: 10th-16th
- Queen’s Club Fever-Tree Championships: 17th-23rd
- Nature Valley International: 24th-30th
- The Boodles Challenge: 25th-29th
- The Wimbledon Championships: 2nd July-17th
A rich season of tennis events, firm favourites and new names await; book your experience today.