Don’t miss your chance to see the world’s top wheelchair tennis players in action, including Great Britain’s very own Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis medallists, as they compete in the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships in Nottingham!
Organised by the Tennis Foundation, the British Open is one of six Super Series events on the UNIQLO Wheelchair Tennis Tour and one of the most important tournaments in the world outside of the Grand Slams.
Taking place at Nottingham Tennis Centre from Tuesday 1st August – Sunday 6th August, the tournament features men’s, women’s and quads competitions, as well as a junior competition. Play is scheduled between 9:30am-6pm each day.
Tickets are now on sale, priced just £2 for a weekday ground pass and £5 for a Saturday/Sunday (finals weekend) ground pass, while kids go free all week when accompanied by an adult.
To book your tickets click here.
Further details for participants can be found on our Player Fact sheet 2017
Alongside the main action, the Tennis foundation is also organising two events to let you pick up a racket and get involved:
Social Doubles Day (Sunday 30th July, 1pm-3pm)
A summer doubles event for family and friends – bring a partner or we can pair you up! Contact
Claire McCulloch on 07957 959057 or Claire.McCulloch@tennisfoundation.org.uk
Come & Try Tennis (Saturday 5th August, 10am-2pm)
Anyone can come and have a go at wheelchair tennis, as well as other disability tennis at our free ‘Come and Try’ session! To reserve places contact Matt Elkington on 07961 267607, email@example.com
The British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships 2017 is based at Nottingham Tennis Centre, just outside of Nottingham city centre with great public transport links.
Address: Nottingham Tennis Centre, University Boulevard, Nottingham NG7 2QH
If you have any further questions about the British Open please contact the Tennis Foundation via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any media enquiries for the event should be directed to Andy Dodd:
Head of Communications & Marketing – Tennis Foundation