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Thursday, 1 November 2018

Queen’s Club Tennis Championship’s Outstanding New Sponsor



The Queen’s Club Tennis Championships are staged at the prestigious Kensington club each June. They are a byword for excellence. The venue, its facilities and opportunities, the players and the atmosphere combine to make any day at the championships exceed expectations, especially when you treat yourself to a hospitality package which allows access into exclusive areas, fine dining and exceptional seats courtside.
The Queen’s Club tennis may be a warm up event for the iconic Wimbledon but please don’t make the mistake of thinking that this makes it a lesser event.
Previously the Aegon Championships and before that the Stella Artois tennis, since 2018, the sponsors have been Fever-Tree; hence the name change to Fever-Tree Championships. Fever-Tree is a highly respected and innovative brand, ideally suited for sponsorship of such an exhilarating and historic tennis event.

Who Is Fever-Tree?

The Fever-Tree brand, established in 2003, focuses on providing mixers which enhance a drink like a refreshing gin and tonic. As they point out, when ¾ of the drink is tonic, the tonic should be special. The Fever-Tree Championships benefit from support from a market leader with 9/10 restaurants serving their products across 74 countries with over 308000 bottles sold in 2017. They are experts in their field and bring a sophisticated mixer solution to the table.
Early attention on tonic water, expansion into lemonades, soda water, ginger ales, ginger beer and cola produced using Madagascan vanilla has helped Fever-Tree to secure a reputation for uncompromising quality.
So, who could be better to sponsor the marvellous Queen’s Club Tennis Championships?
Queen’s Club was the world’s first multi-sport centre; opened in 1886, it was named after its patron Queen Victoria. Previously staging a men’s and women’s event, since the 1970’s the Queen’s Club tennis has been for males only.
The greatest number of singles titles won by any player belongs to Britain’s Sir Andy Murray with five titles, surpassing four times title holder and legend John McEnroe. Jamie Murray has been performing excellently in the doubles in recent years.
Marin Cilic won the Fever-Tree Championships singles title in 2018; can he retain the trophy or will Djokovic, Murray, Nadal or Dimitrov claim victory in 2019? Be court side to find out. In 2017, the capacity was increased to 9000 from 7000 due to the demand for tickets. For a less formal, more intimate tennis event, Queen’s Club is preferable to the expansive Wimbledon for many hospitality guests. Get closer to the action, live each point.
Make your day even more memorable by contacting a Queen’s Club tennis hospitality specialist like DTB Sports and Events about their range of packages. There’s an offering to suit all tastes and budgets, for corporate and private party guests.
The Fever-Tree Championships promise surprises, stunning athleticism, views of the play and practice courts from hospitality areas and a plethora of luxuries which standard ticket holders cannot enjoy.
Don’t hesitate to book your place; as ever, the championship’s tickets are in great demand for 17th to 23rd June 2019.

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