12 C
West Bridgford
Thursday, April 9, 2020

World tennis stars in Nottingham this June for Nature Valley Open

Away from the on-court action this family-friendly day out is packed with activities to keep both parents and kids entertained.

PUBLISHED

The LTA has announced that tennis fans across the UK are now able to get their hands on tickets for the biggest events in the summer grass-court season, including the prestigious Nature Valley Open Nottingham.

Nature Valley Open Nottingham

Taking place from 6th-14th June 2020, the WTA International and ATP Challenger tournament attracts some leading talent from the world of women’s and men’s tennis, as well as showcasing a number of Britain’s stars.

Set at the incredible facilities of the Nottingham Tennis Centre, the tournament is is one of the LTA’s roster of summer grass court events and is rich in history with an honours list that includes current WTA world number one Ashleigh Barty and world number three Karolína Plíšková.

banner ad

Current British number one Dan Evans also won last year’s men’s singles title. Visitors will become part of the incredible atmosphere around the grounds and can get up close to their tennis heroes as they battle it out to lift the Elena Baltacha and the Paul Hutchins Trophies.

Away from the on-court action this family-friendly day out is packed with activities to keep both parents and kids entertained. Kick-starting with the Family Fun Weekend from the 6-7th June, fans can enjoy watching world-class tennis as well as getting stuck in with a number of games and interactive experiences around the grounds themselves.

Kids (up to age 16) can go free throughout the week on a ground pass and those aged 5-16 can get tickets for Centre Court from £5. Adult tickets range from ground passes starting from ?6 up to the all-new Premium Seating offer on Centre Court, which provides fans with the ultimate Nature Valley Open Nottingham experience.

Nature Valley Open Nottingham – Full booking details and ticket prices are available on the LTA website.

Subscribe to our daily newsletter

Get all the day's stories and events from The Wire delivered in ONE email every day

 

NEED HELP?

600 volunteers sign up for Notts Community Support Hub in the first week

Nottinghamshire County Council, working alongside the seven district and borough councils, today (THURS) launched Phase Two of the Nottinghamshire Coronavirus Community Support Hub.Organisations and...