15 November 2019

Will David Ferrer be on-song at the Royal Albert Hall? Win tickets and find out!

Thanks to our tennis ball partner HEAD, we have two tickets to be won to the 2019 Final of the Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall, London. It's the tennis entertainment highlight of the year, and the participation in the competition of David Ferrer, newly retired from the ATP Tour, promises to add an unmissable competitive edge to this year's event!

David Ferrer

Above, David Ferrer. Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall brings together some of the biggest names and rivalries, with Legends of the game going head-to-head in a bid to become Champions. To find out more and buy tickets see here

We love the tennis at the Royal Albert Hall! It's a Christmas tradition that is a gift to all tennis lovers. The combination of top-level tennis from the game's past-masters and the show-stopping antics of legendary doubles players such as Henri Leconte and the inimitable Mansour Bahrami is unique to this glittering event.

The tennis legends joining the line-up this year include: Five-time Grand Slam singles champion Martina Hingis, David Ferrer (who will be picking up his racket and bandana once again having only recently retired earlier this year), former British No.1 Tim Henman, 2001 Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanišević, and last year’s Champions Tennis finalist Tommy Haas.

Spanish superstar, David Ferrer is one of the most widely-loved players of recent years. Possibly the most successful player never  to have won a Grand Slam, for two decades his terrier-like attitude to the game earned him the respect of fans and fellow players alike. His retirement from the Tour earlier this year was a hugely emotional affair, but he's not yet done with tennis...

High on his tennis bucket list is, he says, the opportunity to beat Roger Federer for the first time when he eventually retires and as Ferrer hopes, joins him in the seniors: "Roger is the only thorn I have left!"

We may have to wait a little while to see that dream come true, but this is your opportunity to see how the former World No 3 shapes up.

Courtesy of Local Tennis Leagues' tennis ball partner HEAD, we have a pair of tickets for the evening session (5pm start) on Sunday 1st December to give away

To qualify for this competition you must successfully answer the question below and be an active Local Tennis League player. That means you must either be playing in a round, signed up to a future round or in possession of a pre-paid Round Pass.

To sign up for a round, make sure you are logged into your account and navigate to your league (or pick up the new round from your account tab). If you are new to the league, just click on the round you want to join and follow the links to create an account and pay to join the round.

The closing date for the competition is 25th November 2019 (see here for competition terms and conditions)

 is a sponsor and the official ball and racket supplier of the Champions Tennis tournament. The event is staged over four days between 28th November and 1st December 2019  See here for great offers on HEAD balls!

David Ferrer bowed out of the ATP Tour in May this year. In which city did he play his final match?