Artois Championships Tickets
Details of Artois Championships and the Ticket Luck value
Artois Championship is sure to provide a treat for the tennis fans as well as it provides the money's worth to its viewers, as it showcases some of the finest top ranked tennis players from across the globe along with eight hour play hosted at Centre Court.
Held in West Kensington, London Queen's Club Tournament is a platform for male tennis players from across the globe to show their skills off on the grass courts of Queen's Club in West Kensington.
The event is in affiliation with Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP), and serves as an International Series Tournament. Currently the series, however, is known as Artois Championships, which is its sponsored name.
The Queens' Club Championships or Artois Champions are followed by the French Open and are held on annual basis. As far as top level events on ATP tour are concerned, Grass Courts are least common playing surface, which excludes events held on Challenger Series.
In the run up to Wimbledon in the year 2007, tournaments where the events were hosted included only 4 grass courts, including Queen's Club, Halle Open, Nottingham, and Hertogenbosch, where the events of the tournament were held.
Another tournament which is followed by Wimbledon is played on the Grass courts of Newport, Rhode Island.
After Wimbledon, the Newport tournament is considered to be the most well reputed tennis tournament as it offers the largest prize money after Wimbledon and it also known for producing players that later came out to be become the Wimbledon Champions.
Apart from that, the tournament also receives its broadcast on BBC TV in UK. This is the reason why Newport tournament is perhaps even more reputed and well famous amongst British fans than LTA run event is, which is held in Nottingham.
For the past recent years, Roger Federer has emerged as the most dominant player on the grass courts. Federer gave his preference to Gerry Weber Open held in Halle, as his warm up prior to Wimbledon.
In present decade the tournament has been dominated by Roddick and Lleyton Hewitt. 4 titles each were won by both Roddick and Hewitt. Roddick even went further to cite the Queen's Club as an ?arguably the best in the world'.
Artois Championships are well famous among the tennis fans world wide, which is why it has attained sound fan base across the globe and hence it is referred to as the one of the top 10 tennis events in the world. Championships also feature the very best of men's singles and double's players as it plays the run up to Wimbledon.
Artois Championships were incepted in the Wimbledon in 1979, and since then out of 27 Wimbledon Championships, 25 were played at the Artois Championships. Many legends in the men's tennis history that have come played and won the Artois Championship trophy include Sampras, Lendl, Edberg, and Connors.
While referring to more recent events, the championship has been dominated by Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick. Hewitt scored a Hat-Trick after claiming 3 consecutive wins, while later of Roddick did the same by winning three times in a row during 2003-05.