History in the making at the Australian Open 2016

25th January 2016

With Andy Murray joining Johanna Konta in the Australian Open quater finals, this is the first time since 1977 that we have had a male and a female get this far in a grand slam. It was the Australian Open in '77 that Sue Barker, Robin Drysdale and John Lloyd all made it to the quarters.

As you will know the Australian Open is one of the four Grand Slam events, below are some brief details on the next two, the French Open in Paris and of course Wimbledon! TN4 have the knowledge and experience to guide you through both.

The French Open is the world's most popular clay court tennis tournament. Stan Wawrinka claimed his first French open title in 2015  whilst Serena Williams won her third title.
The Pavillion Tennis is a superb hospitality facility complete with a serene terrace area. Here you can enjoy the finest cuisine in a perfect setting and the facility is only a short walk away from your prime loaction seats in the Philippe Chartrier Court.

Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the World and is considered the most prestigious as such
it is the most popular of the UK's events for entertaining but has a multitude of ticketing and hospitality options from tables in the Wimbledon Club, debenture restaurants to purpose built marquees. We can help guide you through all the options available and secure official tickets.

 

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