Win VIP tickets to the WTA Aegon Open

Aegon Open Nottingham

Experience world class tennis in Nottingham with hospitality tickets at the Aegon Open and an overnight stay at The Orchard

"The Aegon Open Nottingham comprises a women’s WTA International event and a men’s ATP World Tour 250 event in 2016, played two weeks apart," explains tournament director Rebecca James. "They are like the ‘book-ends’ of the tour level grass court season really, with the WTA event the week after the French Open and therefore a key opportunity for players to start their grass court preparations, and the ATP event the week before Wimbledon. The WTA event was a brand new event in 2015.

The Lawn Tennis Association and Experience Nottinghamshire have partnered up to give you the chance of winning two tickets and hospitality to the WTA Aegon Open on Thursday June 9, including a Thursday night stay at The Orchard, a stylish eco-hotel located in the grounds of the University of Nottingham, just a short walk from the tennis. 

For your chance to win this fantastic prize, simply answer the question below by filling in the form on the right hand side of this page. 

Who won the inaugural WTA Aegon Open in 2015?
a) Angelique Kerber
b) Madison Keys
c) Ana Konjuh

The closing date for entries is May 20. The winner will receive two two tickets and hospitality to the WTA Aegon Open on Thursday June 9, including a Thursday night stay at The Orchard, a stylish eco-hotel located in the grounds of the University of Nottingham, just a short walk from the tennis. No cash alternative will be provided. Tennishead terms and conditions apply.

To buy tickets and hospitality and for more information go to: www.lta.org.uk and www.experiencenottinghamshire.com 

This competition is no longer open for entries. The winner has been drawn from all the correct entries received by the closing date.

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The lucky winner will stay overnight at The Orchard, just a short walk from the tennis

The lucky winner will stay overnight at The Orchard, just a short walk from the tennis

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