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The Queen's Club, London: 15 - 21 June 2015
Rally for Bally
Further information on the 2015 Player field will be constantly updated on our website. Please check the Aegon Championships News section in the lead up to the event next year.
Keith Prowse is the official hospitality provider for the Aegon Championships. Please see the hospitality page for more information. Alternatively, please contact Keith Prowse on 01895 451189 or email@example.com
The Queen’s Club is in West Kensington. The nearest tube station is Barons Court on the District and Piccadilly lines. The club is approximately a 3-4 minute walk from the station. View our venue information.
The Aegon Championships has an official hotel to which all player and official accommodation enquiries are referred. There may be a small requirement for the Event Team during the tournament, please contact us via the contact us page on the tournament website if you have a house/flat available to rent.
As a gesture towards local residents we offer the option to visit the tournament with a guest on one evening Monday to Friday from approximately 4.30pm. All applicable residents will receive a leaflet through their letter box with details on how to register for these tickets nearer the tournament.
Information on 2015 ticket procedures will be published at the end of the year. All those registered on the mailing list will be contacted directly.
There are a number of wheelchair spaces available on Centre Court and Court 1 which provide space for one wheelchair user accompanied by a carer. Please note that the carer/companion will not be charged.
Babes in arms and children under five will not be allowed in the stands. All children aged five years and over will need a ticket and will be charged at full rate. We discourage bringing infants to the tournament as we are unable to provide specific facilities.
Children aged under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.
A small number of Centre Court returns and over half of all Ground Admissions are available to purchase on the gate each day. It is difficult to advise what time to arrive. The size of the queue depends greatly on the weather and the matches scheduled for the day.
Ground admission tickets give access to all the outside show courts and grounds including unreserved seating on Court 2 and Court 9. You also get the opportunity to watch all the action on all the practice courts. Ground admission does not give access to Court 1 or Centre Court.
A small number of Centre Court and over half of all Ground Admissions are available to purchase on the gate each day. It is difficult to advise what time to arrive. The size of the queue depends greatly on the weather and the matches scheduled for the day.
Half price Ground Admission tickets are sold from around 5.30pm each evening Monday to Thursday. The exact time depends on factors such as the weather and number of matches to be played. Priority may be given to local residents. Once inside the grounds, it is possible to purchase Centre Court returns. The price for these will be £5 and all proceeds will go to our designated charities.
Tickets are not refundable and may not be exchanged or returned unless the event is cancelled, moved to another date, moved to another venue or as otherwise set out in the terms and conditions of purchase.
If, due to unfavourable weather conditions on the day for which the Applicant’s ticket is valid, there is less than two non-consecutive hours’ play on the court to which the Applicant’s ticket gives access (Centre Court if a Centre Court ticket and Court 1 if a Court 1 ticket), or, in the case of a ground pass, if there is less than two non-consecutive hours’ play in total on the courts to which the Applicant’s ticket gives access, the Applicant may claim a refund to the full face value of the ticket by following the instructions on the ticket itself. This does not apply where all of the play scheduled for that day for the court(s) which that ticket specifically gives access to (as above) has taken place (the latest version of the schedule, including revised schedules released on the day of play, shall apply for these purposes). In such cases, no refund will be given. Two non-consecutive hours’ play is measured using official records of the court umpires. No refund is available for evening ground admissions. Please note that the £10 payment for entry to The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity and Elena Baltacha Academy of Tennis ‘Rally Against Cancer - Rally for Bally’ event, on Sunday 15 June, is non-refundable.
Sometimes emails are not received as a result of the individual’s security settings on their mailbox and/or email provider. To double-check your registration, we would advise you to call the Official Aegon Championships Information Line on 0844 209 7357*.
Our official ticketing agent, See Tickets, will be able to look you up on the system and remind you of your unique application code.
All those registered on our mailing list will remain on the list until a request to be removed is made. By registering for the mailing list you will receive official tournament newsletters and be eligible to enter the mailing list ballot in future years.
To update your details on the mailing list please do so via the website:
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If you have forgotten your unique application code you can request a reminder to be sent to your email address.
Alternatively you can call the Aegon Championships Information Line on 0844 209 7357* and they will be able to tell you if you give the address details with which you registered.
To raise money for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity (registered charity no. 1095197), which supports The Royal Marsden, the world-leading cancer centre, and The Elena Baltacha Academy of Tennis (registered charity no. 1148532), which was founded by former British Tennis Player Elena Baltacha to offer underprivileged children the opportunity to play tennis. Elena Baltacha, who was always known by her nickname “Bally”, died on 4 May 2014, aged just 30, after being diagnosed with liver cancer in January 2014.
Andy Murray, Ross Hutchins, Martina Hingis, Victoria Azarenka, Jamie Murray and Heather Watson starred in the Rally For Bally exhibition match in memory of Elena Baltacha. On the same day, the Aegon Classic in Birmingham and the Aegon International in Eastbourne also held mixed doubles matches featuring the best players in Britain, past and present.
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity is the official charity of the Aegon Championships. The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity is a world-leading cancer centre specialising in diagnosis, treatment, care, education and research. The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity raises money to help The Royal Marsden provide world-class care for cancer patients, to support the hospital’s pioneering work in cancer research. The charity enables the hospital to continue its ground breaking work for the benefit of cancer patients worldwide.
The Elena Baltacha Academy of Tennis is a charity set up in 2012 by Elena Baltacha and her husband Nino Severino to help children from disadvantaged backgrounds and deprived areas to learn to play tennis. The charity funds free and subsidised coaching via the Elena Baltacha Academy of Tennis and also supports free tennis taster sessions in schools in all sections of the community. The charity is based in Ipswich, UK.
All of it, split equally between the two.
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity raises money to help The Royal Marsden provide world-class care for cancer patients, and to support the hospital’s pioneering work in cancer research. For more information, please visit www.royalmarsden.org/home
You can go to www.justgiving.com/RallyForBally
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