Though the tournament has gone through many different names, the world-class venue has remained the same. With Aegon Championships tickets from Vivid Seats, you’ll be there to experience the grass courts at the Queen’s Club, which are often regarded by players as some of the best courts in the world. Just browse through the Aegon Championships schedule above to find your ideal date.
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Facts About the Aegon Championships
Tournament Location: London, Great Britain
Club Name: Queen’s Club
Court Surface: Grass
Total Purse: € 625,300 ($1,010,056)
Scheduled to run from June 11-17 at the celebrated Queen’s Club in London, the grass courts of the Aegon Championships help serve as a primer for Wimbledon later on in the month. The sprawling venue and top-level player field attracts tennis fans from all over, so be sure to check out Vivid Seats’ collection of 2012 Aegon Championships tickets before they’re gone.
Since 1979, only six players have claimed both the Aegon Championships and Wimbledon in the same year, as the short list includes such notables as John McEnroe, Boris Becker, Pete Sampras, and Rafael Nadal, who most recently achieved the feat in 2008. Defending champion, Andy Murray, has won the tournament twice in the last three years, while Andy Roddick is the only four-time winner expected to be in this year’s draw.