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21 - 29 June 2019

Nature Valley International

Devonshire Park

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Nature Valley International – 21 - 29 June 2019

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Action packed week at the Nature Valley International

There’s plenty to see and do on site at every day of the tournament:

  • Get closer to the action by heading over to the practice courts to see players warm up before they head on court to battle for the Nature Valley International title
  • Hit the courts in style this summer with a fresh tennis wardrobe from our Retail Village
  • Indulge in some summer favourites at the food concessions; including Haagen Dazs ice cream, fresh juicy strawberries with Rodda’s clotted cream, and a classic ice cold Pimm’s!
  • Meet your favourite tennis stars and have some memorabilia signed through our autograph sessions and player appearances at the British Tennis stand in the Retail Village

Family Day: Friday 22 June

Friday 22 June is free for parents and children. Come and watch the qualifying matches, get close to the action on the practice courts and soak up the atmosphere at this major British Tennis event.

Charity Day: Saturday 23 June

Friends of Sussex Hospices are the official charity partner of the Nature Valley International. £5 from all adult tickets sold on Saturday 23 June will be donated to this worthy charity. Friends of Sussex Hospices are a charity run entirely by volunteers. They raise funds, through a variety of activities to support the running costs of 12 hospices who support adults and children in Sussex. Please visit the Friends of Sussex Hospices stand in our onsite trade village to find out more about the incredible work they do.

Maureen Connolly Trophy: Thursday 28 - Friday 29 June

The Maureen Connolly Trophy is an annual competition between the top under 18 girls from the USA and Great Britain. This historic event showcases the best up and coming players from these two nations and is fiercely competitive.

8 singles and 4 doubles matches will be contested across Thursday 28 and Friday 29 June to decide the overall winning nation. Played on Courts 2 and 3 these matches can be watched simply with a grounds pass or show court ticket so get yours today to come and see the stars of the future battle it out for the trophy!

Wheelchair Exhibition: Friday 29 June

If you haven’t watched wheelchair tennis before, now is your chance! Alfie Hewett, British and World number 1, and Gordon Reid, British number 2 and World number 5 will be taking to the courts at Devonshire Park this year. All you need is a grounds pass or show court ticket to come and watch the defending Wimbledon doubles champions battle it out on Friday 29 June!