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Hall of Fame Tennis Championship Tickets

Hall of Fame Tennis Championship tickets

Hall of Fame Tennis Championship Schedule

The Hall of Fame Tennis Championship has been one of the most popular events on the ATP World Tour 250 Series since it held its inaugural contest back in 1976. Each July some the best athletes in the world of tennis come to the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island to showcase their skills and hopefully bring home the championship trophy. In addition to the world class tennis competition on the courts, the event includes an induction ceremony fro some of the true legends of the sport who are finally about to be enshrined in the hall of fame. The Hall of Fame Tennis Championship is much more than just an important stop on the ATP World Tour 250 Series, it is a celebration of tennis greatness and is truly an event that every die hard tennis fan will want to experience in person at least once in their life. Start making the necessary travel plans now to be in Newport in July to be part of this one of a kind event.

This year's Hall of Fame Tennis Championship will be held from July 5th through the 13th at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island. Tennis fans from all over the world will descend upon Newport to see the induction ceremony along with the highly competitive week of tennis. You can choose to attend one day of the tournament or all eight, but however many matches you witness in person you are sure to have an unforgettable time at the Hall of Fame Tennis Championship and be itching to come back for more next July as soon as the event draws to a close. StubHub is the place to go for tickets to all of the biggest sporting events in the world including every day of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championship.


Hall of Fame Tennis Championship History

The First Hall of Fame Tennis Championship was held in 1976 and from then until 1989 it was part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit. From 1990 through 1997 it was part of the ATP World Series, then from 1998 through 2008 it was part of the ATP International Series before becoming part of the ATP World Tour 250 Series in 2009. The event is held the week after Wimbledon, which has occasionally made it hard for the event to attract some of the sport's biggest stars who are work out from the previous week, however several players are often willing to take part in the event as it serves as a tribute to some of the greats of tennis' past. The event features a doubles tournament along with a 32 player singles draw. It is also the final event on the ATP that is held on a grass court and the only grass court event held outside of Europe.


Hall of Fame Tennis Championship ATP

In 1972 Donald Dell, Jack Kramer, and Cliff Drysdale formed the Association of Tennis Professionals in an effort to look out for the interests of male tennis players all over the world. For nearly twenty five years ATP has organized the professional tennis world tour for men (the women's tour is organized by WTA, the Women's Tennis Association) and stands as the official governing body of the sport. There are several events that are part of the tour and all serve to help decide which player deserves the top ranking in the world. The Hall of Fame Tennis Championship brings together some of the top men's tennis players in the world according to the ATP as well as some of the top women according to WTA.


The Players

Players like Nicolas Mahut, Lleyton Hewitt, John Isner, Mardy Fish, Olivier Rochus, Rajeev Ram, Sam Querrey, Fabrice Santoro, Greg Rudeski, and more have all appeared in the Hall of Fame Tennis Championship and each year you can be sure that you will be able to catch some of the best tennis players in the world hitting the court to compete in the only major grass court tennis event held on American soil. Fans and players who love grass court competition annually mark the dates for the Hall of Fame Tennis Championship as it is the last grass court tournament of the season. Some of the most well-known champions of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championship include Greg Rudeski, Mark Philippoussis, and Johan Kriek. If you are looking to see world class grass court tennis action start making plans to be in Newport, Rhode Island for the the Hall of Fame Tennis Championship in July.


Trivia

It was not until 2011 that the top seed, John Isner, won the Hall of Fame Tennis Championship. The lack of success for the top seed in the tournament earned the Hall of Fame Tennis Championship the dubious nickname of the Casino Curse because the International Tennis Hall of Fame is located next to the Newport Casino.

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