Celebrating its 22nd anniversary this year and often described as one of the highlights of the summer social Season, The Boodles attracts some of the biggest names in tennis, and offers guests the unique chance of an opportunity to get up close and personal with the players.

It is hosted within Stoke Park's stunning 300-acre estate in the Buckinghamshire countryside, perhaps the most picture-perfect setting in the English tennis scene.

With an intimate purpose-built stadium of only 2,000 with no seat further than ten metres from the grass court, The Boodles allows you to be breathtakingly close to the action.

The Boodles is truly a unique event and the most lavish warm-up for The Championships at Wimbledon.

A one-of-a-kind entertainment experience, it’s a heady mix of high-calibre tennis featuring Wimbledon stars, combined with a day of unmatched hospitality on the manicured lawns of Stoke Park’s 17th-century estate.

The Boodles at Stoke Park
The Boodles at Stoke Park

It has a fun English garden party atmosphere, with world-class tennis being played in intimate and beautiful surroundings.

Whether a hospitality guest, or a stadium pass ticket holder, The Boodles is a wonderful experience and is the perfect opportunity to socialise in an exclusive fashion in the midst of the world’s finest athletes in the heart of the British Summer Social Season.

With an exclusive list of official sponsors, including Patek Philippe, Laurent Perrier and the established status of title sponsor, Boodles, guests will experience the luxury and service that has become so synonymous with these brands of excellence.

In 2019, the last time The Boodles took place due to the pandemic, players included seven of the world’s top 20 including stars such as Wimbledon Champion and World no.1 Novak Djokovic, World no.3 Stefanos Tsitsipas, Fabio Fognini, Grigor Dimitrov, Karen Kachanov, Denis Shapovalov and Diego Schwartzman. Past players have also included tennis megastars such as Rafa Nadal, Andy Murray, Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras to name a few.

Eight of the current world Top 10 have played the Boodles in the last five years and so far for 2023 Stefanos Tsitsipas (World no.5) Holger Rune (World no.6), Andrey Rublev (World no.7) and Felix Auger-Aliassime (World no.10) are amongst the players already confirmed with more to be announced soon.

Excitement is high as 2023 sees the return of this much-loved event post the pandemic, with event organisers ACE Group, alongside Stoke Park’s new owners looking to further enhance the Boodles experience. Even though Stoke Park’s estate is still currently closed due to a major restoration project, they are very excited to be hosting The Boodles, which is taking place 27 June-1 July 2023.

In 2023 title sponsor Boodles will return and display some of its finest pieces much to the delight of all the guests as well as stunning Patek Philippe watches. Hospitality guests will enjoy magnificent cuisine from award-winning chef, Chris Wheeler.

The Boodles host for the week will be the wonderful sports TV presenter Di Stewart, who has hosted the event regularly over the past ten years and is always a huge hit with the crowds.

Di Stewart

Bring on the summer!

Buy four stadium passes for the price of three: just add code BOODLES43M at checkout. (Valid Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th June only). Stoke Park, Park Road, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, SL2 4PG. theboodles.com