Champions Tennis is returning to The Royal Albert Hall on the 6th – 9th December, with legends of the game including John McEnroe, Tim Henman, Jamie Murray and Tommy Haas set to take centre court.
Commencing on 6 December 2018, Champions Tennis is a four-day tournament comprised of fast-paced action and world-class tennis from the legends of the game, mixed with the usual tinge of humour.
The iconic British venue will play host to a line-up of tennis legends, including John McEnroe, Mark Philippoussis, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Carlos Moya, Mansour Bahrami, Tim Henman, Tommy Haas, Xavier Malisse, Henri Leconte, Mikael Pernfors, Thomas Enqvist, Goran Ivanisevic and Jamie Murray.
The tournament, now in its 22nd year, is comprised of an afternoon and an evening session per day -
with two scheduled matches per session; one competitive singles match and one entertaining doubles match.
Thursday 6th December
At 1.30pm Haas v Malisse
Followed by Bahrami / Ferrero v Leconte / Pernfors
At 7.30pm Ivanisevic v Philippoussis
Followed by Enqvist / McEnroe v Moya / Henman
Friday 7th December
At 1.30pm Ferrero v Philippoussis
Followed by Bahrami / Enqvist v Haas / Pernfors
At 7.30pm Malisse v Moya
Followed by Henman / McEnroe v Enqvist / Ivanisevic
Saturday 8th December
At 1.00pm Ferrero v Ivanisevic
Followed by Bahrami / Henman v Pernfors / Philippoussis
At 6.00pm Haas v Moya
Followed by Enqvist / Leconte v Henman / Malisse
Sunday 9th December
At 12.00pm ATP Champions Tour 3rd v 4th Playoff
Followed by Enqvist / Murray v Henman / 3rd Group A
At 5.00 pm ATP Champions Tour Final
Followed by Bahrami / Murray v Pernfors / 3rd Group B
The event is suitable for people of all ages and is a festive favourite for families and friends. Tickets start at £18.50 and can be purchased via the official website: www.championstennis.co.uk
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