Posts Tagged: tennis

Statoil Masters Tennis – 2013 Legends Line Up

One month after the ATP Finals, the Statoil Masters Tennis exhibition tournament is the perfect opportunity to see the great players of yesteryear back in action. Played at the Royal Albert Hall London, this rather more light-hearted event is an opportunity to see high quality tennis and is highly entertaining with crowd-pleaser Bahrami known for… Read more »

Wimbledon 2013: Looking Ahead After Thrilling Australian Open

Wimbledon 2013 promises to be an enthralling contest after an exciting Australian Open climaxed on Sunday, with Novak Djokovic proving once again why he is officially the world’s greatest player. The final between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic guaranteed a gladiatorial contest, with both men displaying a world class repertoire of shots, phenomenal athleticism and a determination… Read more »

Highlights From The 2012 Men’s Tennis Majors

It’s been emotional. We’ve seen the most open year in awhile for the men’s tennis season as well as some of the most memorabls battles on the court. Feedback this year from our Wimbledon hospitality clients was staggering, with many praising it as the “best sporting event ever”. With such passion in mind we’ve put… Read more »

5 Reasons Why We Think Roger Federer Will Win Gold

No sooner than the Swiss Maestro had left Wimbledon, work was underway to change the club into Olympics colours (we hear there’s a lot of purple). With Federer our favourite player and being on of our favourite sports hospitality events, this year’s WImbledon was a classic for us. But one constant we expect is to… Read more »

Andy Murray Confirmed For The AEGON Championships At Queen’s

Team Tactics offer a range of tennis hospitality packages at the Queen’s Club for the AEGON Championships. Widely regarded as amongst the best hospitality available at any sporting event, hospitality at Queen’s provides a unique combination of history and tradition with luxury and glamour. There is great news for British tennis fans as it was… Read more »