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Ace ticket prices announced for NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters

PUBLISHED: 14:21 10 October 2016 | UPDATED: 14:21 10 October 2016

Ball crew member Mohammed Amin Uddin; wheelchair players Alex Chaston and Abi Lindsay and ball crew member Labib Khan (pic: Tennis Foundation)

Ball crew member Mohammed Amin Uddin; wheelchair players Alex Chaston and Abi Lindsay and ball crew member Labib Khan (pic: Tennis Foundation)

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Tickets start from as little as £1 for event at Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre

Children can watch top class wheelchair tennis from as little as £1 when the NEC Masters returns to the Lee Valley Hockey & Tennis Centre in the Olympic Park later this year.

Paralympic and Wimbledon champion Gordon Reid will be among the world’s top players in action at the event, which takes place from November 30 - December 4.

The top eight men’s and women’s singles players and top six squad players will be in action, and with prices starting at just £1 for children and £2, it is hoped there will be good crowds in attendance.

“With the support of the Tennis Foundation and International Tennis Federation, the NEC Wheelchair Tennis Masters is a terrific opportunity for fans to share in the excitement and drama, as players’ contest this prestigious season-ending title on the international wheelchair tennis circuit,” said tournament director Patrick Hughesman.

“While those players eligible to compete based on their world ranking has still to be announced, 2016 GB Paralympic medallists Gordon Reid (gold), Jordanne Whiley (bronze) and Andy Lapthorne (silver) are expected to make the cut.

“If you love live tennis, buy a ticket, cheer on the Brits and be inspired!”

Tickets can be purchased over the phone by calling 0871 220 0260 or by clicking here.

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