Halep and Kontaveit advance in Romania

Top seed Simona Halep began her Transylvania Open campaign with a simple win over fellow-Romanian Elena-Gabriela Ruse in just over an hour in Cluj-Napoca, while second-seeded Anett Kontaveit, fresh off her title win in Moscow on Sunday, opened her’s with a straight...

Alcaraz outpowers Murray in Vienna

Disappointment for Andy Murray as the teenage Spanish prodigy, Carlos Alcaraz, prevailed in the second round of the Erste Bank Open in Vienna thereby avenging his earlier defeat at the hands of the Brit in Indian Wells.

Uncertainty still reigns in Australia

There is still great confusion as to who will be eligible to compete at the first grand slam of next year, the Australian Open, with the National Government at odds with the Regional Government in respect of Covid restrictions.

Raducanu breaks her duck in Romania

There is a collective sigh of relief that Britain’s fledgling star Emma Raducanu has won her first WTA Tour match since lifting the US Open trophy in September, fittingly so at the Transylvania Open in the land of her father’s birth, Romania.

Norrie gets his Vienna Challenge underway

Cameron Norrie, recently installed as British No.1 after winning the Indian Wells Masters, continued his hot winning streak as he opened his Erste Bank Open campaign in Vienna with a solid victory over Hungarian Marton Fucsovics after a wobbly star.

Teichmann tumbles out of Transylvania Open, Tomljanovic and Kalinina advance

Switzerland’s Jil Teichmann was the first seed to tumble out of the Transylvania Open, while Ajla Tomljanovic, the No 5 seed, and 8th-seeded Anhelina Kalinina made it safely into round two at Cluj-Napoca in Romania on Monday.

Murray overcomes Hurkacz

Once again Andy Murray faced a difficult draw for his opening match at the Erste Bank Open in Vienna which has a strong field for an ATP 500 tournament with many players chasing points not just in ranking terms, but in the Race for Turin.

Swiatek, Muguruza and Badosa confirmed for WTA Finals

When Ash Barty confirmed what many believed would be the case, that the World No 1 would not be defending her WTA Final title, Iga Swiatek, Garbiñe Muguruza and Paula Badosa secured their places next month, joining Aryna Sabalenka, Barbora Krejcikova, Karolina...

Pull-outs put Raducanu in Romania spotlight

Organisers of the Transylvania Open being held at the BT Arena in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, this week were disappointed when Garbiñe Muguruza and Paula Badosa both pulled out of the tournament, leaving just one Top 20 player in the main draw, home favourite Simona Halep,...

Li lands inaugural Tenerife Ladies Open with win over Osorio Serrano

American Ann Li landed her first WTA Tour title with a 6-1 6-4 win over 19-year-old Maria Camila Osorio Serrano from Colombia at the inaugural Tenerife Ladies Open on Sunday.
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Win with #WimbleWin Day 1 | Lanson Champagne

To celebrate the first day of The Championships 2017 we have partnered with our friends at Lanson to bring you their latest cuvée.

Launching at Wimbledon today is their Organic Green Label Lanson, which is using certified organic grapes for a new cuvée from its own vineyards in the Marne Valley around the village of Verneuil.

Be one of the first to enjoy this luxury Champagne from the House of Lanson as we offer one lucky winner a 75cl bottle with it’s unique Lanson Maltese Cross green logo.

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We are delighted that Champagne Lanson has reached such an incredible milestone through our partnership with The Championships, Wimbledon. We also hope to build on this with the launch of our new organic Green Label Champagne and through our other fun campaigns outside the bottle. Lanson UK

Lanson Green Label Champagne is produced using organic grapes grown exclusively on an estate vineyard at Verneuil, in the heart of the Marne valley.
Committed to organic and biodynamic cultivation for many years, the vineyard is dedicated to protecting the ecosystem and respects the balance between soil, plants and humans. It is part of The House of Lanson’s overall approach to respecting the environment and follows a strict ecological logic – the bottles are lightweight and the labels made of recycled paper.
Inspired by nature, Lanson has chosen to combine the colour green with its distinctive emblem, the Lanson cross.

Celebrate The Championships with Lanson

Lanson Green Label Organic Champagne expresses the qualities and uniqueness of its terroir to the full.
Like all their Champagnes, this wine is mostly composed of Pinot Noir for a perfect balance between vitality and finesse.
It does not undergo malolactic fermentation to preserve the original purity and freshness of the grape.
After three years in the cellars, the Champagne is elegant, very aromatic and characterised by its mineral purity.
To the eye, fine and persistent bubbles give life to the rich amber gold.
On a background of mineral aromas, the nose expresses intense notes of pear, peach and blackcurrant, accompanied by a touch of citrus and oriental spices.
Perfectly ripe fruit flavours such as pear, mirabelle plum and mango linger deliciously on the palate, melting away in a wine with deep vitality and minerality. The long and fresh finish reveals notes of spices and exotic fruits.

Ideal as an aperitif, it can also accompany more elaborate fish or grilled meat dishes.

The Champagne house is once again sponsoring this year’s Wimbledon Championships in July, which marks the 16th year it has been the exclusive partner of the prestigious tennis competition and the 40th year since it began supplying Champagne to the tournament.

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  1. Emma Robertson

    Alison Gray A chance to win Organic Lanson! ?

  2. Louise Neal

    Entered. Fingers crossed ❤ ? ? ? ?
    Sam Brooks Sarah Bowles Sarah Waters Good luck ? ??

    • Paul Johnson

      Sounds like you are planing a party if you win!

    • Paul Johnson

      Good luck Sylvia

    • Paul Johnson


    • Paul Johnson

      Thanks Karen

  3. Karen Poole

    All done. Cheers!

    • Paul Johnson

      Thanks Karen


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