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    Watch the greatest players on the grandest stage

    Grand Slam Champions, former World Number 1s and national icons return to the Royal Albert Hall for a dazzling display of high quality tennis and entertainment.

    The season finale to the ATP Champions Tour offers unparalleled on and off-court action and entertainment. Enjoy competitive singles matches from ATP Champions Tour players, legends’ exhibition singles and entertaining doubles across two matches each session.

    Latest player line-up:

    ATP Champions Tour Singles
    James Blake
    Younes El Aynaoui
    Tim Henman
    Fernando González
    Sébastien Grosjean
    Xavier Malisse

    Also featuring
    Mansour Bahrami
    Pat Cash
    Henri Leconte
    John McEnroe
    Mats Wilander
    Jamie Murray

    Tie Break Tens
    Andy Murray
    Tim Henman
    David Ferrer
    Kyle Edmund

  • Tie Break Tens

    Saturday 5 December- Evening Session

    Tie-Break Tens is a brand new, quick-fire, super-competitive tennis format which will launch on this Saturday evening session of Champions Tennis.

    In the ultimate clash of generations, Andy Murray, Tim Henman, David Ferrer and Kyle Edmund will battle out a series of first-to-ten-point tie-breaks. The six-man line-up will be completed by a qualifier from the Champions Tennis field and another player soon-to-be announced. The players will be drawn into two round-robin groups of three. The top two players in each group will advance to the semifinals, with a final to follow, with the winner taking away a cheque for $250,000.

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  • Order of play
    Group A Blake El Aynaoui Henman
    Group B Gonzalez Grosjean Malisse

    Wednesday 2 December

    Gonzalez v Malisse
    Larsson/Leconte v J Murray/Wilander
    Blake v Henman
    Grosjean /J Murray v El Aynaoui/Pernfors

    Thursday 3 December

    Grosjeanv Gonzalez
    Cash/Larsson v El Aynaoui/Leconte
    McEnroe v Wilander
    Bahrami/Malisse v Henman/Pernfors

    Friday 4 December

    Grosjean v Malisse
    Bahrami/Larsson v Pernfors/Wilander
    Blake v Malisse (Tie Break Tens Qualifier)
    Blake v El Aynaoui
    El Aynaoui v Gonzalez (Tie Break Tens Qualifier)
    Cash/Grosjean v Gonzalez/Leconte

    Saturday 5 December

    El Aynaoui v Henman
    Tie Break Tens Qualifier Finals
    Bahrami/McEnroe v Cash/Pernfors
    Tie Break Tens

    Sunday 6 December

    ATP Champions Tour Final
    Bahrami/TBC v Pernfors/TBC
    Leconte v McEnroe
    Cash/TBC v Larsson/Wilander


‘It’s one of the most beautiful places in the world to play tennis, the acoustics are incredible, and I’ve won it a number of times. I’m already looking forward to getting back there in front of the great crowds they have, and to try to win it again.’

John McEnroe

‘The Hall is a little like Wimbledon in that it has history around every corner and down every corridor… It’s always competitive, we all still want to win, but we are able to play with less pressure now, and so we can engage with the crowd and enjoy it much more.’

Tim Henman