Queen’s is one of the most prestigious and oldest tennis tournaments, serving as a warm-up for Wimbledon.
Roddick and Hewitt dominated in the early 21st century; winning four titles each. Andy Murray won a record five titles between 2009 and 2016.
Your full hospitality (located on the ground floor of the Hospitality Village, close to Centre Court) entitles you to a seasonal summer lunch & a funky twist on afternoon tea.
The complimentary (& always well stocked!) bar serves Pimm’s, beer, selected wines and soft drinks and is open throughout the day. Also enjoy take-away beverages to sip during play while you sit at your Official Centre Court East Stand seat to watch all the action.
Gail Emms MBE (born 23 July 1977) is a retired English badminton player who has achieved international success in doubles tournaments.
A badminton player since the age of four, Emms was first chosen to represent England in 1995 and regularly played for her country until her retirement from professional sport in 2008.
Her best results were winning gold at the 2006 World Championships in Madrid, 2004 European Championships in Geneva, and a silver medal at the 2004 Olympic Games, partnering Nathan Robertson in the mixed doubles. At the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester she won a bronze medal with Joanne Goode in the women's doubles and won gold as part of the England team in the mixed team event.
She also took the World Badminton Grand Prix title in 2003 with Nathan Robertson. In the English National Badminton Championships she won the mixed doubles three times and the women's doubles twice.
Now involved in public speaking and consultancy for businesses across the UK.
The tickets will be posted by Special Delivery prior to the event.