WTC Legends’ Lunch

Dine alongside the World Tennis Challenge players at the highly anticipated WTC Legends’ Lunch.

The lunch will provide you with an opportunity to mix and mingle with some of the World Tennis Challenge players. You’ll hear candid interviews and incredible tennis stories from the biggest names in the game, past and present.

Tennis superstar Andre Agassi is unfortunately unable to attend the 2018 World Tennis Challenge due to injury and a replacement will be named very soon.

The former world No.1 and eight-time Grand Slam singles champion will headline the field for the tenth edition of the World Tennis Challenge. Joining Agassi, will be former world No.1, Mats Wilander and Mark Philippoussis, making his fourth appearance at the World Tennis Challenge.

Aussie doubles sensation John Peers and Finland’s Henri Kontinen will again be joined by one of the most successful pairings in history, Americans Bob and Mike Bryan, when the World Tennis Challenge features men’s doubles for the second consecutive year. The final addition will be the doubles pairing of Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares.

Current ATP players using the WTC as a final warm-up prior to the Australian Open will see current world No.78 Frances Tiafoe take on the entertaining Frenchman, two-time Grand Slam semifinalist and former world No.6 Gael Monfils and Adelaide’s very own Thanasi Kokkinakis.

Your ticket includes a delicious two course lunch and premium beverages. With door prizes and the famous live auction, it’s Adelaide’s premier corporate sports lunch and a day not to be missed.

Event Details

Tuesday 9 January 2018
Time 11.45am arrival for 12.00 noon start – 2.30pm finish

Panorama Ballroom, Adelaide Convention Centre

Dress Business casual
Includes Two course lunch. Drinks include beer, wine and soft drink
Cost Individuals $160 (inc GST); Table of ten $1,450 (inc GST)
Book your ticket Bookings are now closed.
Bookings close Midday Friday 5 January 2018

We look forward to hosting you at Adelaide’s premier corporate sports lunch with proceeds from the lunch supporting tennis programs in South Australia and the Ken McGregor Foundation.

The Ken McGregor Foundation has been established to foster the development of our next generation of tennis champions and to provide additional tennis opportunities for athletes with a disability.