Latest News from The Boodles
Boodles 2021 CancelledTuesday 25th May 2021
We are very sad to report that despite our best efforts and countless hopes and sleepless nights we have decided to cancel The Boodles 2021; even though our hearts said yes, our minds told us to be prudent.
Coronavirus (COVID-19)Wednesday 1st April 2020
After careful consideration, it is with regret that we announce the cancellation of The Boodles 2020 due to the continuing outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, the cancellation of Wimbledon and the grass court season.
Salon Privé Showcase at ‘The Boodles’Friday 20th March 2020
The showcase will bring some of the world’s finest supercars and hypercars to the manicured lawns of Stoke Park, for guests to view and enjoy in-between matches.
Day 5 at The Boodles: Philippoussis, Lajovic and Tipsarevic shine on final day of The BoodlesSaturday 29th June 2019
Tennis legends Mark Philippoussis and Thomas Enqvist headlined a fabulous final day of The Boodles action in sweltering temperatures at Stoke Park, with former top ten star Janko Tipsarevic and Britain's Liam Broady also making appearances on Stadium Court.
Day 4 at The Boodles: Fan favourite Dimitrov scores win on day 4 at The BoodlesFriday 28th June 2019
Fan favourite Grigor Dimitrov made a welcome return to Stoke Park on Friday at The Boodles, with the Bulgarian being joined by 2010 Wimbledon finalist Tomas Berdych and current World No.9 Karen Khachanov in yet another stellar line-up on day four of the event.
Day 3 at The Boodles: Berdych makes a welcome return and Shapovalov goes three for three at The Boodles 2019Thursday 27th June 2019
Former Wimbledon finalist Tomas Berdych chose day three at The Boodles for his return to the match court for the first time since March to play alongside World No.6 Stefanos Tsitsipas and Next Gen star Denis Shapovalov in a stunning line-up at Stoke Park.
Day 2 at The Boodles: Four top-ten stars grace the court on Day 2 at The BoodlesWednesday 26th June 2019
Four top ten stars - including World No.1 Novak Djokovic - graced the court on a sunny Wednesday at Stoke Park, where crazy rallies and quality tennis kept a packed crowd thoroughly entertained throughout day two.
Day 1 at The Boodles: Wins for Djokovic, Shapovalov and Klizan on Day 1 at The BoodlesTuesday 25th June 2019
World No.1 Novak Djokovic headlined a stunning day of action at Stoke Park as The Boodles returned for 2019. The defending Wimbledon champion was joined by talents such as ATP Next Gen star Denis Shapovalov and World No.10 Fabio Fognini as some of the ATP's biggest names put on a show for the crowds.
Day 5 at The Boodles: Stakhovsky and Tomic fine-tune preparations for Wimbledon on final daySunday 1st July 2018
The final day of The Boodles 2018 took place on another blazing day at Stoke Park, with Ukraine's Sergiy Stakhovsky, Bernard Tomic, Andreas Seppi, Vasek Pospisil and Liam Broady making their final preparations ahead of Wimbledon.
Order of Play Day 5 - Saturday 30th June 2018Saturday 30th June 2018
The Boodles 2018 announces a world-class line up for Day 5, Saturday 30th June 2018
Order of Play Day 4 - Friday 29th June 2018Friday 29th June 2018
The Boodles 2018 announces a world-class line up for Day 4, Friday 29th June 2018
Day 4 at The Boodles: Querrey shows grass-court prowess at The Boodles whilst Paire prepares for MurrayFriday 29th June 2018
America's Sam Querrey knows a thing or two about playing on grass-courts, having defeated Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon in 2016 and Andy Murray just last year. The world no. 13 headlined a blazing day four of The Boodles at Stoke Park.
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