Tie Break Tens- the new high octane, action packed tennis format held its inaugural tournament on the 5th December 2015 in the Royal Albert Hall, in association with Champions Tennis.
Under the impressive 20,000 sq.ft glazed iron roof, the Royal Albert Hall was the location for the launch of a new, exciting fast paced high octane format of tennis. Andy Murray, John McEnroe, David Ferrer, Tim Henman, Kyle Edmund and Xavier Malisse battled it out to see who would be crowned the Tie Break Tens London Champion.
The inaugural Tie Break Tens tournament took place on the 5th December 2015 and saw some of the finest tennis players battle it out to be crowned the Tie Break Tens London Champion. Andy Murray, John McEnroe, David Ferrer, Tim Henman, Kyle Edmund and Xaver Malisse clashed head-to-head over a series of first-to-10-point-tie-break matches. Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund faced each other for the second time in the final and after a closely fought match, Kyle came out the eventual winner scooping the $250,000 prize.
Marcus Buckland and Anabel Croft were our hosts for the evening with Simon Reed and Chris Wilkinson providing expert commentary on Sky Sports.
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Watch the greatest players on the grandest stage Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall is the season finale to the ATP Champions Tour
Former Grand Slam Champions, World No.1’s and national icons compete in one of London’s most famed and iconic venues. Now in its 19th year, Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall has welcomed a host of the biggest names and personalities on the ATP Champions Tour to play competitively in both singles matches and entertaining doubles matches, including Pete Sampras, John McEnroe, Pat Rafter, Goran Ivanisevic and Andy Roddick.
Taking place from 2-6 December 2015, Champions Tennis welcomes 7-time Grand Slam Champions John McEnroe and Mats Wilander, 1987 Wimbledon Champion Pat Cash, long-standing former British number 1 Tim Henman, Davis Cup hero Jamie Murray, debutant James Blake and court magician Mansour Bahrami amongst others. To find out more visit championstennis.co.uk
Over the years since its launch in 1988, the Mille Miglia has become a flagship collection of Chopard.
In 2015, Chopard is entirely revisiting this grand classic by introducing the collection dubbed Mille Miglia GTS (for Grand Turismo Sport). This new collection, composed of a three-hand and date chronometer, a power reserve and a chronograph, sees the introduction of a Chopard movement: for the first time, the chronometer and power-reserve models will be equipped with a Chopard movement from the workshops of Fleurier Ebauches.
The sleek, sophisticated design of these new creations rejuvenates the Classic Racing spirit embodied by the Mille Miglia collection, while remaining true to the identity codes of the models rolled out over the past 25 years. The Mille Miglia GTS Automatic, Power Control and Chrono models vividly illustrate this renewal.
Since 1988, Chopard has been official timekeeper of “la corsa più bella del mondo” that annually stretches from Brescia to Rome and back. The Mille Miglia collection stems from the fascination for classic cars nurtured by Karl-Friedrich Scheufele, co-president of Chopard. A collector and active driver, he takes part in the race each year.
Mille Miglia GTS: three models for a complete collection
The new Mille Miglia GTS is a complete collection composed of a three-hand chronometer with date display, a chronograph and a power-reserve model.
These three models with their eminently masculine curves are inspired by the classic cars that took part in the race between 1940 and 1957. Their steel cases – featuring a 43 mm diameter for the Automatic and Power Control versions and 44 mm for the Chrono version – are fitted with short, pointed lugs that are carefully tapered to ensure optimal comfort on the wrist, while the sporting nature of these timepieces is enhanced by facetted hands.