What Is The Champions Tennis?

The Champions Tennis must be of the most spectacular events known to the world of tennis. This breath-taking event takes place over four days in the iconic Royal Albert Hall, there is no other event like it. This event is one of a kind with all the previous Grand Slam Champions and world number ones take centre stage and play each other. There can only be one winner. Players will play competitively in singles matches and doubles, this fantastic competition has been home to some big names like Pat Rafter, Andy Roddick, John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg,

In 2018, took place some amazing action with Juan Carlos Ferrero ultimately beating former world number two Tommy Haas in an exciting final. We also saw entertaining doubles from the likes of Tim Henman and Jamie Murray.


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Where Is This Event Held And When Does It Start?

The Royal Albert Hall is the United Kingdom’s most treasured and distinctive buildings, it is a registered charity held in trust for the nation, as it receives no public or government funding. They couldn’t have picked a better place to hold this event. The Event will be starting on the 28th November!  

Who’s Playing This Year?

The official order of play can be found below.

Thursday 28th November

At 1.30pm                            

Team Tim v Team Greg

Ferrer v Baghdatis

Henman/Philippoussis v Haas/Rusedski

Philippoussis v Haas

Followed by                         

Exhibition Doubles             

Bahrami/Ivanisevic v Enqvist/Malisse             


At 7:30pm                            

Team Tim v Team Goran

Philippoussis v Ferrero

Henman/Ferrer v Malisse/Ivanisevic

Ferrer v Ivanisevic

Followed by

Exhibition Doubles             

Enqvist/Baghdatis v Rusedski/Haas


Friday 29th November

At 1:30pm                            

Team Goran v Team Greg

Ivanisevic v Haas

Malisse/Ferrero v Haas/Rusedski

Ferrero v Baghdatis

Followed by                         

Exhibition Doubles             

Enqvist/Hingis v Henman/TBC

At 7:30pm                            

Team Greg v Team Tim

Haas v Ferrer

Baghdatis/Rusedski v Henman/Ferrer

Baghdatis v Philippoussis

Followed by                                         

Exhibition Doubles             

Bahrami/TBC v Hingis/Ferrero



Saturday 30th November

At 1:00pm                            

Team Goran v Team Tim

Ferrero v Ferrer

Malisse/Ivanisevic v Henman/Philippoussis

Ivanisevic v Philippoussis

Followed by                         

Exhibition Doubles             

Bahrami/Hingis v Enqvist/TBC


At 6:00pm                            

Team Greg v Team Goran 

Baghdatis v Ivanisevic

Rusedski/Baghdatis v Malisse/Ferrero

Haas v Ferrero

Followed by                         

Exhibition Doubles             

Ferrer/Hingis v Philippoussis/TBC



Sunday 1st December

At 12:00pm                          

Exhibition Singles (TBC)

Followed by                                         

Exhibition Doubles             

Bahrami/Enqvist v Rusedski/Malisse

At 5:00pm                            

Champions Tennis Final


Singles – match 1

Doubles – match 2

Singles – match 3 

Doubles – match 4



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Did You Know

Last year they used dogs as ball boys, lets hope they do that again because let’s face it there’s nothing better than the doggies helping. All the dogs were rescued dogs looking for homes. There were all sorts of different breads. 

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What to Expect at Champions Tennis 2019