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21 - 26 July 2020

British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

Nottingham Tennis Centre

British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships | On the day

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Please see below for on the day information to make your visit to the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships as enjoyable as possible. 

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Wheelchair spaces

There are 12 wheelchair spaces available on Centre Court and all have a carer’s seat adjacent. There are also wheelchair spaces at ground level at other viewing areas around Centre Court. There is plenty of viewing available for wheelchair users on the outdoor courts. Wheelchair user and carers tickets can be booked as standard tickets on-line.

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Spectators are prohibited from bringing in the following:

  • Any item which may be interpreted as a potential weapon, including sharp or pointed objects (e.g. knives, large corkscrews), pyrotechnics and 'personal protection' sprays.
  • Bags larger than 16’’ x 12’’ x 12’’ (40cm x 30cm x 30cm).
  • Large flags (max. 2’x2’/60cm x 60cm) banners, rattles, klaxons, oversized hats or any items causing an obstruction or nuisance.
  • All promotional, commercial, political or religious items of whatever nature, including but not limited to banners, signs, symbols, marketing materials and leaflets (unless expressly authorised by the LTA).
  • Spectators are advised that the use of laptops, professional video equipment is not permitted on site. Photographic equipment with lenses of more than 300mm, when extended, is not permitted on site.

Please note, there is no left luggage facility on site.

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To ensure players and fans have the best possible experience at the British Open Wheelchair Championships we have set the following guidelines for when you are in and around the courts:

  • Please keep noise to a minimum during play
  • Please don’t leave your seat unless during a change-over
  • Mobile phones must be switched off in the vicinity of the courts
  • Please be respectful of those around you by ensuring that you do not obstruct their view or cause any unnecessary inconvenience
  • Flash photography is strictly forbidden in the stands and around the courts
  • Photographic equipment with lenses of more than 300mm, when extended, is not permitted on site.

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There are a number of qualified First Aiders at the tournament every day.

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Please visit our volunteers’ desk (located at the entrance to the tournament) for any lost property enquiries.

After the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships, all lost property will be kept at Nottingham Tennis Centre.

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The safety and security of our spectators are very important to us and our security plans are regularly reviewed. 

Our Event Volunteers are spread all over the tournament grounds. They are here to help you enjoy your visit, so don’t be surprised if they pop up to say hello if you look lost.

We hope you have a fantastic day at the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships, but if you do see something which doesn't look right, please tell the closest Volunteer, who will be more than happy to help.

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Smoking, which includes e-cigarettes, is strictly prohibited within the stands of any court and in all areas covered by legislation.

Those wishing to smoke within the venue must do so only in the designated smoking area provided within the Grounds.   

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There are numerous toilet facilities (including disabled toilets) available throughout the Grounds.