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The Cinch Championships, named for its title sponsor, is one of the most famous tennis tournaments still held on grass. This prestigious competition is held within the beautiful confines of The Queen’s Club, one of London’s finest venues.
The tournament attracts the absolute best from the men’s professional circuit and since 1979 many iconic players and past Wimbledon champions have played, such as Andy Murray, Rafael Nadal and Lleyton Hewitt.
Often seen as a key indicator for the Wimbledon Championships which are played shortly after in late June/early July, the Cinch Championships often show the players current form and give the world an insight into any up and coming players.
The venue itself is a wonderful place to entertain guests and, as the spiritual home of racket sports, the atmosphere is second to none. With recent refurbishments the facilities are top-notch, making this event one of the most popular corporate hospitality options of the year.
The President’s Room is a beautifully decorated facility set within the historic Clubhouse which offers immaculate on-site hospitality during the Fever-Tree Championships.
The Club Lounge is located on the first floor of the Hospitality Village and prides itself on offering a gastronomic 5-course tasting treat alongside great event day tickets.
The Roof Garden is situated on the first floor of the Southern Pavilion and is designed to be a more laid-back hospitality experience that can be enjoyed at leisure.