cinch Championships 2023: World’s best singles and doubles players to feature in LTA Tennis Foundation Charity Challenge
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Some of the world’s best singles and doubles tennis stars, including two-time defending champion of the cinch Championships Matteo Berrettini, will be in action at the LTA Tennis Foundation Charity Challenge this Sunday – a new charity exhibition taking place at the Queen’s Club in London.
Great Britain's Dan Evans is set to feature in the singles charity exhibition match, alongisde Australia's Alex De Minaur, Sebastian Korda and Feliciano Lopez, meanwhile three-time Grand Slam winning pair Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram will be joined by this year's French Open champions Ivan Dodig and Austin Krajicek, Nicolas Mahut and Fabrice Martin, while Britain’s Evans and Lloyd Glasspool will also team up for the charity event on Sunday 18 June.
The event will take place on the Queen’s Club centre court with 2,000 tickets available, raising money for the LTA Tennis Foundation – the charity that works to change lives through tennis and open up the sport to new audiences.
Action will get underway at 15:00 on Sunday, the day before main draw action begins on Monday 19 June, with ticket holders given access to a portion of the site to enjoy the exhibition and support the LTA Tennis Foundation.
The format for the LTA Tennis Foundation Charity Challenge is as follows:
- 10-point match tie-break
- Knock-out draw
- 3-minute warm up
Order of Play
|15:00pm||Introduction to Doubles Players|
|Followed by||Salisbury & Ram vs Mahut & Martin|
|Followed by||Krajieck & Dodig vs Evans & Glasspool|
|Followed by||Doubles final|
|Followed by (not before 15:45pm)||Introduction to Singles Players|
|Followed by||De Minaur vs Korda|
|Followed by||Evans vs Lopez|
|Followed by||Singles final|
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