🎾 A summer of grass court tennis has lift-off with the 2022 Surbiton Trophy headlined by two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray. Lastest ticket information below.
NEWSFLASH: CONGRATULATIONS to the 2022 Surbiton Trophy winners! Australia’s Jordan Thompson won the men’s singles beating Denis Kudla 7-5, 6-3 in the final. Alison Van Uytvanck from Belgium defeated Arina Rodionova 7-6(2), 6-2 in W100 final. British men’s duo Julian Cash and Henry Patten won their maiden ATP Challenger doubles title, while Ingrid Neel and Rosalie Van der Hoek were crowned women’s doubles champions. Stay tuned here for news of the 2023 tournament as soon as published.
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Taking place from Sunday 29 May to Sunday 5 June the Surbiton Trophy is a highly regarded tournament on the challenger circuit scene, boasting an impressive list of past champions including the like of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Mardy Fish and British No.2 Dan Evans And this year – returning for the first time since 2019 – the event is not to be missed with a number of star names confirmed for the ATP Challenger and ITF $100k event.
In the men’s draw the headline acts are Great Britain’s Andy Murray and Jack Draper. Murray – a three-time major champion and former world No.1 – returns to Surbiton for the first time since 2004 in decent form, having picked up a series of wins against Dominic Thiem and Denis Shapovalov at his last event in Madrid.
As the most successful player in Queen’s Club history and as the only Brit to win the Wimbledon men’s singles trophy in 77 years, second seed Murray will be looking to claim his first singles title on home soil since 2016.
One of the brightest young talents in British tennis, Draper is certainly one to watch for fans at Surbiton this year. The 20-year-old will be aiming for a fifth ATP Challenger title on the season having previously won in Forli (three titles) and St. Beiruc (one title). Draper reached the quarter-finals at the cinch Championships last year and looks set for another strong summer grass court season.
The women’s draw features a trio of Brits in Heather Watson, Harriet Dart and Katie Boulter. 2017 runner-up Watson has enjoyed great success at Surbiton and at the British grass court events in past years and will be gunning for the title this year. Meanwhile Dart comes in after a career best run at Indian Wells this year, with Boulter also having claimed her first title in four years at the W60 Grenoble.
Tickets are currently off-sale.
🎾 Player entry list can be viewed here.
Qualifiers for the Surbiton Trophy will take place on Sunday 29 May from 11am.
The main draw will take place from Monday 30 May to Sunday 5 June. Play from 11am daily.
Schedule and order of play will appear here as soon as published.
🚊 🚗 Travel tips: The nearest railway station is Surbiton an overground station on South Western Railway with links to London Waterloo, Clapham Junction and Guildford. The station is a 15/20 minute walk or a short taxi journey from the venue. Plan your journey at the Transport for London website.
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