tennis grand slam returns to sw19
Tennis is returning to SW19. Fans have waited patiently for two years for the return of tennis, at Wimbledon. And between Monday 28th June and Sunday 11th July, the All England Lawn Tennis Club will host The Wimbledon Championships.
Tennis was hit hard by the COVID pandemic. The French Open was re-scheduled before the US Open and the Australian Open went ahead. But Wimbledon was cancelled in 2020.
who are the tennis players to look out for this year?
Novak Djokovic is the favourite to win Wimbledon 2021. The newly crowned French Open champion won the Wimbledon 2019 men’s singles final against Roger Federer in five sets. The Wimbledon 2019 men’s singles final has gone on record as the longest ever final at SW19. Simona Halep defeated the seven-time champion, Serena Williams, to win her first ladies Wimbledon championship but has been a late withdrawal along with Naomi Osaka, leaving the ladies draw wide open. One of Novak Djokovic’s main opposition would have been Rafael Nadal. However, Rafael Nadal has pulled out of Wimbledon 2021 and the Olympic Games.
government event research programme
The Wimbledon championship is part of the Governments, Event Research Programme. Meaning SW19 will operate at 50% capacity across the courts. But, Wimbledon 2021 men’s and ladies finals will have a capacity crowd of 15,000 on Centre Court for the finals weekend.
Wimbledon has a dramatic effect away from the All England Lawn Tennis Club. The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) sees an uplift of up to 30% in the number of tennis court hours booked in Britain during the Wimbledon fortnight. Plus, with growing popularity in tennis participation during the pandemic and throughout Wimbledon 2021, tennis clubs across Britain are seeing an increase in numbers at junior level and senior level.
champion the cause
Now is the perfect opportunity to increase your tennis clubs image, both on the court and in the clubhouse. Upgrade your club’s team wear with ADM’s new range of customised sportswear for your club members.
ADM’s range of sportswear is ideal for tennis players of all levels with a choice of polo shirts, t-shirts and mid-layers in performance fabrics and fits to suit both male and female players. We offer a wide range of branded and unbranded sports attire. Help your members feel like part of the tennis club. Customise your chosen tennis wear with your club logo.
become part of the club
Make ordering easier for your tennis club members by setting up an online Club Shop with ADM Direct. The Club Shop is free to set up and easy for members to order online. See how ADM’s online Club Shop can benefit your tennis club. Leamington Tennis and Squash is one of ADM’s existing Club Shop members.