Following last month’s announcement outlining the LTA’s grass court tournament schedule, we’re now in a position to provide further details concerning plans for hospitality and the impact this has on the places you reserved for the 2021 event.
Whilst the LTA are very keen to invite spectators to their events, things will be quite different so they can give priority to the health and safety of players, spectators and staff. To deliver a safe event for all, the Government Roadmap indicates we will have to:
– Ensure social distancing of at least one metre plus
– Reconfigure seating layouts employing social distancing
– Reduce overall spectator
Consequently, the requirement to maintain a safe area for players and officials means that, unfortunately, we’re unable to offer hospitality for the 2021 tournament.
Those who opted to rollover bookings for the 2020 tournament have been contacted directly, however if you have not yet received the email please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whilst this is hugely disappointing for everyone, we hope to be able to bring you an even bigger and better hospitality offering in 2022. We will keep you updated as we find out more, but if you’ve not already subscribed to our updates, please complete the form below.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Eastbourne International tennis hospitality in 2022.
Our website address is: http://www.eastbournehospitality.tennis.
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