Held in London, The Aegon Championships now named The Queen’s Club Championships features the world’s best men’s singles and doubles players. It’s the first chance of the season for most players to switch from clay to grass courts. The tournament is also keenly watched as it’s known as a key indicator for Wimbledon – with 25 of the last 27 Wimbledon champions having played it.
Overtaking Lleyton Hewitt, John McEnroe, Boris Becker and Andy Roddick, reigning champion, Andy Murray, is the first man to ever win this tournament five times.
Located on the ground floor of the Hospitality Village, Love Fifteen is a rustic restaurant that provides a casual dining environment. Chalk-board menus, wooden tables, plates of honest, local food set the mood for this hospitality experience
The Queen’s Club: Please note enhanced security checks may slow entry into the ground. All bags are subject to inspection. Bags larger than 40cm x 30cm x 30cm are prohibited from the ground and there are no left luggage facilities. Smoking including e-cigarettes, is not permitted within the grandstand or hospitality areas, including the gardens. There are designated smoking areas near the main entrance gate and the food court. Mobile phones, flash photography, laptops and professional video equipment may not be used in the grandstands or in the vicinity of any courts. Photographic equipment with lenses of more than 300mm when extended are not permitted on-site.
Held at The Queen’s Club, London, The Queen’s Club Championships 2018 (formerly Aegon Championships) features the world’s best men’s singles and doubles players. It’s the first chance of the season for most players to switch from clay to grass courts. The tournament is also keenly watched as it’s known as a key indicator for Wimbledon – with 25 of the last 27 Wimbledon champions having played it.
Located on the first floor of the Hospitality Village, Club Lounge offers a modern, gastronomic dining twist, coupled with impeccable service. In addition to a private table, guests have access to a garden space overlooking the practice courts, which are accessed by players throughout the Championships.
Age Restrictions: The Championships discourage babies and children under 5 from attending the event due to the adult enviornment. Children under 5 are not permitted into the court.