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AEGON Championships

The Queen's Club London - 6th-12th June 2011



  AEGON Championship

6th - 12th June 2011

AEGON Championships (which is taking over from the Stella Artois Championships), is recognised as one of the top 10 tennis events in the world. Held in the run up to Wimbledon, the Championships are consistently supported by the best singles and doubles players of the men's game.

2011 Debenture seats for Centre Court and No.1 Court are now available, including hospitality and VIP options.

Since its inception in 1979, 25 of the last 27 Wimbledon champions have played at the Championships. Connors, Lendl, Edberg and Sampras are amongst the legends that have proudly lifted the iconic silver Championships trophy.

Recent Championships have been dominated by two former World No. 1 players - Lleyton Hewitt and Andy Roddick. Hewitt won a hat-trick of titles between 2000-02, a feat equalled by Roddick between 2003-05. Hewitt then captured a fourth title in 2006, while Roddick defeated Nicolas Mahut in 2007 as they joined McEnroe and Becker as the only players who have won the title four times.





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