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Lexus Surbiton Trophy ~ Sunday 2 to Sunday 9 June 2024

🎾 A summer of grass court tennis has lift-off with the 2024 Lexus Surbiton Trophy at Surbiton Racket & Fitness Club. 



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Taking place from Sunday 2 to Sunday 9 June the Surbiton Trophy is a highly regarded tournament on the challenger circuit scene.  It boasts an impressive list of past champions including the like of Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, Mardy Fish and British No.2 Dan Evans.  Surbiton Trophy tickets are on sale now!

Update Sunday 9 June: Congratulations to Alison Van Uytvanck and Lloyd Harris the 2024 Surbiton Trophy women’s and men’s champions respectively.  Van Uytvanck beat Germany’s Tatjana Maria two sets to one to secure her fourth career title on grass.  The Belgian won in exactly two hours.  The following day South African Harris completed a straight sets victory over Switzerland’s Leandro Reidi.  His first ever ATP win on grass.

2023 RECAP

In 2023 the one and only Andy Murray (pictured below in action Yunchaokete Bu) reigned supreme having entered the tournament as a wildcard.  The two-time Wimbledon champion and former world No.1 beat Jurij Rodionov 6-3 6-2 to win the men’s singles title.  Belgium’s Yanina Wickmayer won the women’s singles title defeating Great Britain’s Katie Swan in the final. 

Wickmayer also took the women’s doubles title with her Belgium teammate Alison Van Uytvanck.  GB players Liam Broady and Jonny O’Mara paired up to win the men’s doubles.

Expect this year’s tournament to be another highlight on the tennis calendar with the ATP Challenger and ITF $100k events providing valuable qualifying points for the Wimbledon Championships later this summer.

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In 2023 the headline acts in the men’s draw were Great Britain’s Andy Murray and Dan Evans.  Murray – a three-time major champion and former world No.1 – returned to Surbiton as a wildcard entry on a mission to establish his grass-court form in the lead up to Wimbledon.  He duly won the tournament, claiming his first singles title on home soil since 2016.

Evans was the highest-ranked player in the draw .  The world No.25 started as favourite to win the title he first claimed in 2019, but bowed out in the knockout stages. 

Last year’s women’s draw featured a host of Brits led by world No.106 Jodie BurrageHeather Watson, Harriet Dart, Katie Swan and Katie Boulter also took part.  Swan made it all the way to the final only to fall at the final hurdles against Belgium’s Yanina Wickmayer


🎟️ Tickets are off sale.

🎾 Player entry list can be viewed here.

⏱️ Women’s and Men’s daily order of play will appear here in due course.

🎾 Latest scores and results will appear on the LTA website here once the tournament is underway.

🚊 🚗 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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