International Tennis Shrewsbury

Tickets now on sale for UK Pro League Finals Week here at The Shrewsbury Club

Emily Appleton, in Pro League action, is one of the qualifiers for the Finals Week at The Shrewsbury Club

Photo Ian Hall


Tickets are now on sale for a top tennis tournament for British stars here at The Shrewsbury Club next month. The UK Pro League Finals Week, which will be broadcast on BT Sport, takes place between November 8-14. Rising British stars along with more established players have been competing at events around the country throughout the year to qualify to play in Shrewsbury.

The top nine men and top nine women will be joined by three players given wild cards. They will battle it out in a round robin format to be crowned champion, with the winners of the men’s and women’s competitions each receiving £15,000. It is the first professional tennis tournament we will have staged since September 2019 owing to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Dave Courteen, our managing director, said: “We are really excited to be welcoming spectators back in a Covid secure environment.  

“Tickets are now on sale online and it's a great opportunity to see live tennis in Shrewsbury with spectators able to watch the matches from court-side stands. 

“The afternoon matches throughout the week start at 1pm, with evening matches getting under way at 7pm, so people can come along after work and watch.  

“This event is a league format, not a straight knockout, and the incentives are very high for the players because they will be playing for £115,000 prize money, the highest amount that’s ever been played for in Shrewsbury.”

Admission prices for the UK Pro League from Monday to Friday is £5 each day, while it’s £7.50 for both the semi-finals on Saturday and finals on Sunday. All tickets include a 20-page tournament programme.

A weekly pass providing entry to all matches throughout the week is also available for £25.  

A busy schedule of hospitality events has also been arranged with guests to be entertained in a marquee.

Dave added: “We see this tournament as a great opportunity to promote and celebrate Shropshire, so we are working with local companies, including Beth Heath and her team at Shropshire Festivals. 

“Our professional tennis events have become renowned for the hospitality and entertainment around them. 

“With live music, street food and the opportunity to watch great tennis, it will have a real festival feel.”

The Lanyon Bowdler/Connexis player party will be the week’s opening hospitality event from 6pm on Monday, November 8.

The Besblock Pro-Am night on Thursday, November 11 offers local club players the chance to partner professional tennis players in a unique tournament.

Coinciding with the quarter finals will be a Codebreak/Team4You networking party night on Friday, November 12, with the Berrys/Morris Group finals hospitality day on Sunday, November 14.

To buy tickets and for more information about the hospitality events, visit UK Pro League ticketing website