Is this going to be Federer’s last Wimbledon? Be sure you’re there!

published: May, 10, 2016

by: Nima Naderi

Day 1: Welcome to London
Your first stop will be the Belgraves.
The hotel embodies the charming, old-world heritage of its London neighborhood, Belgravia, a grand, fashionable area known for its many embassies and ambassador residences.
Belgraves’ eclectic mix of social spaces and its 85 rooms and suites feature bold interior architecture and design by acclaimed British designer, Tara Bernerd, making for a memorable hotel experience in the heart of London.

On your first night you will enjoy a fine British dinner at the Alfred Tennysongastropub named after the Victorian poet.
Set over four floors, this public house offers beautifully designed spaces with a delightful modern approach to the classic British menu.
This evening you will have an opportunity to dine and chat with Grand Slam champions, our staff, and other tennis enthusiasts from around the world.

Day 2: Tennis & Hospitality
You will spend your next few days enjoying what you primarily came to London for – watching world-class tennis in your exclusive Debenture seats where you will have a chance to see all your favorite players battle it out at the most prestigious Grand Slam of the year.
In the morning of your tennis session,
meet the Grand Slam Tennis Tours staff in the Belgraves’ lobby to be escorted via the tube to the Grand Slam Tennis Tours hospitality house, a 4 minutes walk from the Wimbledon stadium to enjoy a premium breakfast and lunch.
Share your passion for tennis around a glass of wine, beer or Pimm’s with our staff and all the fans following the competition
Day 4: Tour Of Your Choice
Discover England’s largest royal residence and still lived in by the Queen. See the magnificent State Apartments, St. George’s Chapel, one of the finest examples of perpendicular architecture and fan vaulted ceilings in Britain, and Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House, perfect to the tiniest detail.
A favorite residence of Henry VIII, built in 1514 and beautifully situated along the River Thames. Five of his wives lived here and the ghosts of two – Jane Seymour and Catherine Howard – supposedly haunt it. See the world’s largest grape vine, the maze, astronomical clock and Henry VIII’s tennis court. After your visit, your coach will take you to the Roehampton Tennis Club.
Nestled at the edge of Richmond Park and founded 1901,the Roehampton Club is London’s premier multi-sports club where many pro players choose to practice during the Wimbledon tournament itself.
Steeped in history and prestige, the Roehampton Club has a great range of surfaces: ten grass, four synthetic grass, eight Poraflex cushioned acrylic courts (three of these indoor), three smash-courts, and three indoor carpet courts.
Don’t forget to bring your tennis whites, and after playing you will enjoy a catered barbecue after tennis on the club grounds!
Nima Naderi

Founder and Creative Director of He has over 25 years of coaching experience and is an award winning coach with the PTR. Nima has written articles for the,, TennisViewMagazine and Tennis Pro Magazine. He is also the co-host of the TennisConnected PodCast, the Operations Director for Premium Court and the Tournament Director for the Caribbean Cup Tennis Series.

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