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Get a slice of the tennis action in Nottingham this summer

"NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND - JUNE 27:  General view during the mens singles final between Denis Istomin of Uzbekistan and Sam Querrey of USA on day seven of the Aegon Open Nottingham at Nottingham Tennis Centre on June 27, 2015 in Nottingham, England.  (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images for LTA)"

The Aegon Open Nottingham returns on the 10th-18th June 2017, and as the men and women’s tennis combine for an explosive week of on-court action, fans are in for a treat this summer. So don’t miss out on the chance to watch some of the world’s best male and female players on court, tickets on sale now!

Situated in the leafy suburbs just minutes from the city centre, the Nottingham Tennis Centre will once again play host to this prestigious pre-Wimbledon tournament, with Britain’s very own Johanna Konta leading the way for the women.

The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) today announced the exciting news that World No.10 Konta will be playing at Nottingham this year.

Speaking about the announcement, Konta said, “The tournament in Nottingham is very well supported and I always enjoy my time there. Nottingham’s a fun city to explore and with both women’s and men’s tournaments in the same week, the Nottingham fans will have a great time supporting what could be an exciting festival of tennis.”

Early bird tickets go on sale on today (Thursday 2 February), with a £5 discount applicable for adult Centre Court tickets purchased before Thursday 4th May.

Kids go free on qualifying weekend (10th-11th June) and adult tickets are just £5, so families can enjoy a fun-filled day of tennis and watch some of the world’s top players compete for their place in the tournament.

Monday 12th June is Rainbows Day in honour of the tournament’s charity partner Rainbows, Hospice of Children and Young People. On this day, visitors don’t pay for tickets but rather make a charitable donation (starting from £3) with all proceeds going to Rainbows.

For tickets, please visit: www.lta.org.uk/aegonopentickets

To find out more about the Aegon Open Nottingham, visit: www.lta.org.uk/major-events/aegon-open-nottingham/


Posted on 02 February 2017

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