Event Update & Current Options
We’re sorry to announce that due to the ongoing (Covid-19) restrictions, the Queens Championships 2021 is being held, virtually, behind closed doors to only a select few Lawn Tennis Association Members only, due to social distancing rules.
This decision is effecting the LTA’s other summer grass court tournaments including Wimbledon which is now being held behind closed doors to Debenture Holders only.
Following on from last month’s Lawn Tennis Association’s announcement confirming their grass court tournament summer schedule, we can now provide further details on their plans and the impact the ongoing Covid 19 legislation has on the tickets you retained/purchased for the Queen’s Club Championships 2021.
The current Government guidelines have meant the organisers of the Queens Championships have decided that the event has gone behind closed doors and is only being attended by select number of members of The Lawn Tennis Association. (Please read their statement below)
“We’re doing all we can to allow fans at our events, but things will have to be different in order to prioritise the health and safety of players, officials, volunteers and fans. To deliver a safe event for all, the Government Roadmap indicates we will have to:
– Ensure social distancing of one metre plus
– Reconfigure seating plans and layouts
– Reduce overall crowd capacity
Consequently, as the total number of seats available will be lower and the layout of those seats will be very different, unfortunately we’re unable to fulfil the rollover of 2020 tickets to 2021 as we had hoped.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU?
We appreciate this decision will be disappointing but we wanted to at least provide you with some clarity. We really value that you chose to retain your tickets last year, despite the uncertainties, and we wanted to thank you for your loyalty.
The good news is we’re giving you the option to retain your ticket for 2022, so you can enjoy a true courtside experience next summer. Your ticket(s) will be valid for the same event day(s) and seat(s)* and to make things easy, you don’t need to take any action.”
Queens Tennis Tickets 2021 Prices Available Below
Tickets for Queens Tennis 2021 are hard to obtain for the famous Centre Court. Cinch Championships formerly The Fever-Tree Championships is played on grass courts & The Queens Tennis Tournament is a traditional warm-up for Wimbledon. The Centre Court is very small and the top players can be seen at close quarters. This makes tickets highly sought after by avid tennis fans.
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Queens Tennis Tournament 2021
Queens Tennis 2021 Dates are Monday 14 – 20 June 2021 at the famous Queens Club, London. Buy Queens Tennis Tickets 2021 for this sell-out event, held every year after the French Open.
Queens Tennis Order Of Play (cinch Championships Formerly Fevertree and AEGON Championships)
|Monday 14 June||1st Round||1st Round|
|Tuesday 15 June||1st Round||1st Round|
|Wednesday 16 June||2nd Round||Quarter-Finals|
|Thursday 17 June||2nd Round||Quarter-Finals|
|Friday 18 June||Quarter-Finals||Semi-Finals|
|Saturday 19 June||Semi-Finals||Semi-Finals|
|Sunday 20 June||Final||Final|
About the ATP Queens Club cinch Championships formerly Fever Tree Championships
(Formerly The AEGON Championships)
Gates open at 10.30 am daily. Play starts are usually no earlier than 12 noon Monday to Friday, 1.15pm on Saturday and on the final day, Sunday 2.00pm
Queens Club tennis tickets 2021 are available for centre court Queens Club London on all days of the Queens Tennis, Monday through to the Final on Sunday. Cinch Championships formerly Fever Tree Championships Tennis Queens starts to hot up from Wednesday onwards when the top tennis seeds start to come through.
These Tennis Championships are played on outdoor grass courts and is part of the ATP World Tour 250 series. Usual players appearing at Fever-Tree now cinch Queens (formerly Aegon Queens) are as follows: The French Open champion Stan Wawrinka has joined fellow Grand Slam singles champions, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal.
Where is Queens Tennis?
The cinch Championships formerly Fever-Tree Championships (formerly Aegon) is played at The Queen’s Club, Palliser Road, West Kensington, London W14, the nearest station is Barons Court. The Club was formed in 1886 and was one of the first purpose-built sports centres in the World. The venue is named after Queen Victoria, the first patron of the club. It is hailed as one of the best tennis clubs in the World and has some of the finest grass tennis courts.
How to Get to the Queens Club
Parking is extremely limited at the cinch Queens Club and it is advised to arrive by tube to Barons Court or cab. Presenting your Fever-Tree cinch Championships Tickets 2021 (formerly Aegon Championships Tickets) Queens Club at the gate to gain entry.
Eating at Queens Tennis Tournament 2021
When you buy tickets you can reserve a table at the Q Brasserie restaurant where you can enjoy an excellent three-course lunch with or without afternoon To book please call 01295 269 454. The Brasserie is in high demand and bookings can only be made for up to 4 guests when accompanied by your tennis tickets.
When buying tickets why not treat yourself to a three-course buffet lunch plus cheese and coffee can be booked or at an extra cost the Champagne Lunch which includes half a bottle of champagne per 2 guests or 1 bottle per 4 guests at the brasserie. Queens Open Tennis details here
As The Brasserie is extremely popular bookings are restricted to a maximum of four guests per day. There is a large food court and bar serving hot and cold food or drinks. The Queens Club, Moet Chandon bar is situated just inside the main entrance, why not indulge in a glass or two and sit in centre court courtesy of your Queens Tennis tickets, Fever-Tree Championships.