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Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina waves to the partisan crowd after losing to John Isner of the US during a menÕs semifinal round match at the Miami Open tennis tournament on Key Biscayne, Miami, Florida, USA, 30 March 2018. EPA-EFE/ERIK S. LESSER



Fever-Tree Championships

The Queen’s Club

18th-24th June, 2018


Fever-Tree Championships – In-form Del Potro Joins Star-Studded Line-up; 4 of Top 6 Confirmed


The World No.6 Juan Martin del Potro is the latest big name to join a star-studded line-up of players intending to compete in this year’s Fever-Tree Championships at The Queen’s Club.


He joins World No.1 Rafael Nadal and 5-time champion Andy Murray in the field, as well as champions Marin Cilic, Grigor Dimitrov and Feliciano Lopez.


Del Potro has been one of the in-form players of 2018, winning 15 matches in a row on his way to successive titles in Acapulco and Indian Wells, and establishing a 21-4 win-loss record.


The Argentine, who won the US Open in 2009 before suffering terrible luck with wrist injuries that required multiple surgeries, is now hoping to take his form on to grass. He has had good results before, narrowing missing out on a place in the Wimbledon final in 2013, and winning an Olympic bronze medal a year earlier.


“I am very much looking forward to returning to the grass to play in the Fever-Tree Championships at The Queen’s Club,” said Del Potro. “2018 has been a very good start for me and I would love to continue playing my best tennis on grass. It is always a very strong player-field, so I am excited to start my grass season at this amazing tournament.’


Tournament Director Stephen Farrow, said: “The return of Juan Martin to the World’s Top 10 is one of the best stories in tennis. Everybody loves him – from his powerful, devastating game to the sporting way he carries himself and interacts with the crowd. He is the fourth Top 10 ranked player we have signed up so far, alongside Nadal, Cilic and Dimitrov. That’s before we start talking about Andy Murray, Nick Kyrgios, Denis Shapovalov and defending champion Feliciano Lopez, so we couldn’t be happier with how our player-field is shaping up.”


The tournament’s Centre Court capacity increased by more than 30% last year. The event will be covered throughout by BBC television, radio and online, by Amazon Prime Video for the first time and around the world in more than 40 countries.


Tickets and hospitality packages are available here – https://www.lta.org.uk/major-events/fever-tree-championships/tickets/


The Fever-Tree Championships





Editors Note: We Love “Fever Tree” ! It’s Such a great product and “fit”. It’s absolutely the healthiest and purest tonic water , ginger ale, it’s just THE BEST! Please read below about the company. And read about the great job the LTA does to grow tennis (LJ)



Fever-Tree is the world’s leading supplier of premium carbonated mixers for alcoholic spirits by retail sales value, with distribution to over 60 countries worldwide. Based in the UK, the brand was launched in 2005 to provide high quality mixers which could cater to the growing demand for premium spirits, in particular gin, but also increasingly for vodka, rum and whisky. The Company now sells a range of carbonated mixers to hotels, restaurants, bars and cafes (“On Trade”) as well as selected retail outlets (“Off Trade”). www.fever-tree.com



The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is the National Governing Body for tennis in Great Britain, responsible for developing and promoting the sport, with a mission to get more people playing tennis more often. It does this under the consumer brand of British Tennis, by working with a broad range of partners and over 25,000 volunteers, to grow the game in communities, clubs and schools. The LTA represents the interests of over 590,000 British Tennis Members, men and women, girls and boys across the country, playing on more than 23,000 courts. The LTA runs and supports a network of 11,500 approved tournaments for players of all ages, the corner-stones of which are the premier grass court events leading up to Wimbledon: the Nature Valley Open at Nottingham, the Nature Valley Classic at Birmingham, the Fever-Tree Championships at Queens Club and the Nature Valley International Eastbourne. The LTA works with many delivery partners to grow the sport across the country. One of these is its charitable entity, the Tennis Foundation, to provide a tennis provision for more than 20,000 schools, disadvantaged youth as well as promoting tennis as an inclusive sport for anyone with a disability. For further information about the LTA and British Tennis, and to review the British Tennis strategy for 2015 – 2019 visit www.lta.org.uk or follow us on Twitter @BritishTennis.

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