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Lexus British Open Roehampton

Wimbledon Qualifying and Community Sports Centre, Roehampton 30 June - 05 July 2024

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Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid of Great Britain pose for a photo with the winners trophy after victory over Martin de la Puente of Spain and Gustavo Fernandez of Argentina in the men's doubles final during the Lexus British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships at Lexus Nottingham Tennis Centre on August 05, 2023 in Nottingham, England.

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Tickets have gone on sale for this year's Lexus British Open Roehampton from 30 June to 5 July.

We have today announced that the 2024 Lexus British Open Roehampton for the best wheelchair players in the world, will take place at the Wimbledon Qualifying and Community Sports Centre in Roehampton alongside the prestigious ITF J300 junior event (the main warm-up to The Championships).

The Lexus British Open, which has usually taken place in August at the Lexus Nottingham Tennis Centre, moves to a new week in the calendar to provide enhanced grass court preparations ahead of The Championships at Wimbledon, improve the strength of international player fields and avoid clashing with the Paris Paralympic Games.

The Lexus British Open will be one of a number of grass court wheelchair tennis events played in the lead up to Wimbledon, with the Rothesay International at Eastbourne once again featuring an ITF wheelchair tournament, this year with a men’s women’s and quad division.

We have also today confirmed that a high- level disability tennis exhibition event will be held at the Queen’s Club over the final weekend of the cinch Championships, featuring international wheelchair players as well as Britain’s leading learning disability players.

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World No.1 and reigning champion Alfie Hewett as well as 25-time major champion Gordon Reid are the first players to confirm their places at this year's event.

Hewett said: “It’s great to have a full swing of grass-court events in the calendar this summer – it’s perfect preparation for the players before Wimbledon and a brilliant opportunity to showcase the sport during the iconic British grass-court season. I can’t wait to be out there playing in front of the home crowds, the support will be amazing for all the British players as we take on the very best wheelchair tennis players in the world.”

The announcement comes as we have published the next five months of the LTA Performance Competitions Calendar. This confirms the ITF World Tennis Tour, Junior and ITF Wheelchair events being hosted in Britain until the end of September, designed to provide British players with international level playing opportunities and the chance to earn ranking points and prize money on home soil.

There are now 32 professional ranking events for men and women (across ITF/ATP/WTA levels) staged in Britain this year from January through to September, with 14 international junior events for both boys and girls and seven international tournaments in the wheelchair category.

Highlights for the period July – September include a swing of five men’s ITF World Tennis Tour M25 and 4 women’s W35 events back-to-back in Nottingham, the NTC and Aldershot. For Juniors there will be three J30 events at Bradfield and Loughborough as well as a Tennis Europe Cat 2 event at Aldershot for 14U and 12U boys and girls and the Lexus National Junior Championships for the same age groups in August.

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See the world's best wheelchair and junior players in action this summer at the Lexus British Open Roehampton.

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