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Statoil Masters Tennis

Wednesday 4 December - Sunday 8 December 2013

Statoil Masters Tennis | Royal Albert Hall

Scheduled end times:
5pm & 10:30pm (except Sunday: 2:45pm & 7:45pm)

A glittering line-up of tennis champions will compete in the Statoil Masters Tennis tournament at the Royal Albert Hall.

2009 champion Pat Rafter will return, as will the 1997 US Open runner-up Greg Rusedski, along with Goran Ivanišević, Mark Philippoussis and defending champion Fabrice Santoro. They will face Tim Henman in a six-man round-robin tournament.

Seven-time Grand Slam Champion Mats Wilander, former World No. 1 John McEnroe, tennis legends Wayne Ferreira, Henri Leconte and Sergi Bruguera and former British No. 1 Jeremy Bates complete the six-man Legends event..

In doubles action, the ever-popular Mansour Bahrami, the 2007 Wimbledon Mixed Doubles champion Jamie Murray, former British No. 1 Andrew Castle and three-time Grand Slam Doubles champion Peter McNamara have signed up to play.

“There's nowhere in the world quite like the Royal Albert Hall to play tennis, it's a wonderful venue with a great atmosphere because we get fantastic crowds every year. I can't wait to play there again” Tim Henman.

Opening Night

The Grand Opening of this year's Statoil Masters Tennis will raise funds for child health charity Best Beginnings. Click on the 'Opening Night' tab above to learn more.

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Tim Henman

Pat Rafter

Greg Rusedski

Mark Philippoussis

Fabrice Santoro

Mats Wilander

John McEnroe

Henri Leconte

Mansour Bahrami

Jamie Murray

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Tim Henman

ATP Champions Tour Groups
Group A:
Tim Henman, Mark Philippoussis, Fabrice Santoro
Group B: Goran Ivanisevic, Pat Rafter, Greg Rusedski

Legends Groups
Group A: Sergi Bruguera, John McEnroe, Wayne Ferreira
Group B: Jeremy Bates, Henri Leconte, Mats Wilander

Wednesday 4 December

Afternoon session
Ivanisevic bt. Rusedski 7-6; 7-6 (6-2)
Leconte bt. Batest 7-6; 7-6 (7-5)
Enqvist/Ferreira vs. Murray/Santoro

Evening session in support of Best Beginnings
Henman bt. Philippoussis 5-4 (Philippoussis withdrew due to injury)
Bahrami/Rafter bt. Murray/Rusedski 6-4; 3-6; 8-6

Thursday 5 December

Afternoon session
Wilander bt. Leconte 6-3; 6-4
Rafter bt. Rusedski 6-4; 6-1
Bruguera/Ivanisevic vs. Philippoussis/Santoro 5-7; 6-4 (7-4)

Evening session
McEnroe bt. Ferreira 7-6; 6-2
Bahrami/Castle bt. Bates/McNamara 8-5

Friday 6 December

Afternoon session
Philippoussis vs. Santoro
Bates vs. Wilander
Bahrami/Castle vs. Ferreira/McNamara

Evening session
McEnroe vs. Bruguera
Enqvist/Ivanisevic vs. Henman/Murray

Saturday 7 December

Afternoon session
Henman vs. Santoro
Bruguera vs. Ferreira
Bahrami/McEnroe vs. McNamara/Wilander

Evening session
Ivanisevic vs. Rafter
Bates/Murray vs. Leconte/Rusedski

Sunday 8 December

Afternoon session
Legends Singles Final
Doubles Exhibition

Evening session
ATP Champions Tour Singles Final
Doubles Exhibition

All timings may be subject to change and are dependent on the length of play. The Tournament reserves the right to alter the Order of Play at any time.

A special fund-raising evening in support of child health charity Best Beginnings will open this year's Statoil Masters Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall.

Tim Henman will be joined by tennis legends Pat Rafter, Greg Rusedski, Mark Philippoussis and Mansour Bahrami, who will all feature in singles or doubles matches as part of The Grand Opening of this year's tournament at 7.30pm on Wednesday 4 December.

Best Beginnings is a small national charity working to give every baby in the UK a better, healthier start in life. Not all children in the UK have an equal start in life and Best Beginnings are working to change this. A baby born in Bradford is six times more likely to die before the age of one than a baby born in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
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