How would you like to enjoy tennis hospitality at a popular but not overcrowded tennis event in summer 2017?
The Boodles Challenge is an exhibition tournament which was first held in 2002 at the Stoke Park Country Club and Resort and each year it attracts the premier players on the ATP tour who want to sharpen their grass court skills ahead of the legendary Wimbledon grand slam.
In 2016 Novak Djokovic used The Boodles Challenge as his warm up event prior to gracing the courts at Wimbledon for the eleventh consecutive year.
He was joined by Gilles Simon, Nick Kyrgios, Nicolas Almagro, Robin Haase and Andy Murray’s recent nemesis at the Davis Cup semi-finals in Glasgow, Juan Martin Del Potro.
The 2017 event should attract an equally strong list of ATP tour contenders and multiple competition winners.
It’s being held between 27th June and 1st July 2017 and hopefully you’ll be in the limited capacity spectator area enjoying tennis hospitality.
You’ll be enveloped in the atmosphere and remember players are yet to be confirmed but…
You’ll discover answers to the following questions:
- Will Novak Djokovic have his grass court skills back up to his glorious Wimbledon final’s standards so that he won’t make an early exit from the grand slam as he did in 2016?
- Can Nick Kyrgios hold his tongue and his temper?
- Could Juan Martin Del Potro recover his top flight status again after injury?
- Who would say that Rafael Nadal is out of contention for any event?
- How long will the longest tie break last?
- Who’ll be the first to argue against a line call?
- Which players will you meet?
Why would you want to experience excellent exhibition tennis without taking advantage of tennis hospitality?
There are only 1700 seats and an intimate crowd at this event so you’ll be close to the players.
To enjoy the sense of an elite ATP tennis event in a beautiful location the thought of no added luxuries seems out of step with everything around you.
Corporate and sports hospitality firms like the highly experienced DTB Sports and Events in London offer options that make any tennis enthusiast’s eyes glisten with expectation.
As a gift to someone or for yourself tennis hospitality offers so much more than a ticket and it is value for money.
Each moment is magical and the day delightful. You’re witnessing the finest so relish the best.
Grandstand seating, a three course meal and a drinks reception plus the best tennis players in the world?
Maybe a champagne reception, tea and coffee on arrival, afternoon tea, parking and a programme might tempt you to opt for tennis hospitality?
Perhaps you’d prefer reserved box seats, a celebrity chef meal and a complimentary bar?
Here, if there is a tennis and culinary expert on your guest list the experience is doubly rewarding.
Tennis hospitality firms offer opportunities to meet your tennis heroes and watch player interviews. Some people might say these opportunities are priceless.
Wouldn’t you agree?