Watch as we take you to day one of Williams BMW Liverpool International Tennis Tournament
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Liverpool International Tennis Tournament is back at Liverpool Cricket Club and opening day has already seen some serious tennis action and plenty of sunshine.
On the first day of the Williams BMW Liverpool International Tennis tournament 2019 the Estonian sensation Kaia Kanepi cruised through her first round singles match against British qualifier Rhona Cook 6-0 6-1 under glorious sunshine.
We also saw crowd favourite Robert Kendrick fight back from a 5-1 deficit to eventually overpower the Wirral’s Adam Jones in a closely fought match 7-6 6-3.
Also joining the field this year is Paolo Lorenzi, an Italian former top-10 player who featured in a mixed doubles exhibition match pairing up with compatriot Corinna Dentoni against Robert Kendrick and Kaia Kanepi.
In the final match of the day the Taiwanese Junior World Number 1 Chun-Hsin Tseng cruised through his first match beating Liverpool qualifier 6-2 6-1.
This year you can see the likes of Mansour Bahrami, Kaia Kanepi and Tseng Chun Hsin, Robert Kendrick, Naomi Broady and local players Neal and Ken Skupski battle it out in singles, doubles and legends matches. Alongside the sporting action, a day at the Liverpool Tennis is filled with food, drink and entertainment and the tournament brings a fantastic opportunity for local kids to get involved too.
You can purchase individual day tickets, a Tennis week pass or a hospitality package. Starting from as little as £16.50, a quality day out at the tennis has never been so affordable. Head this way to view the range of tickets available through Ticket Quarter.
Just a short walk from Aigburth station, Liverpool Cricket Club is set in leafy L17 and is also just a 10 minute drive from both the city centre and Liverpool Airport. We suggest planning your trip with Merseyrail as single tickets are as cheap as £3.80 and family tickets just £11 per day. Find out more here.
Gates open on Friday at 11am with play commencing at 1pm and play finishing at 6pm. Some tickets still available and you can book yours here.