The All England Lawn Tennis Club is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year and Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People is delighted to be staging a special dinner in the newly refurbished Courtside, overlooking Court 1.
The QEF Centre Court Dinner, will take place in the evening of Wednesday 5th December 2018. Guests will enjoy a Champagne Reception from 6.30pm, followed by a three course meal and guest speaker Andrew Castle.
QEF are delighted to announce Tennis Legend Henri Leconte is also a special guest at the forthcoming 'QEF Centre Court Dinner' and will be interviewed by comedian Adam Hills towards the end of the evening.
Can you believe it's been 30 years since a French player has managed to reach the Roland Garros final. Henri was the last French player challenging Mats Wilander. Unbelievable!
Fortunately, the racing loving, brilliant entertainer has remained loyal to the world of tennis after he retired from the professional ATP tour.
In addition to tennis exhibition matches Henri is playing on the ATP Champions Tour and at some Grand Slams like Wimbledon and can regularly be seen as television commentator, on race tracks and also on tennis padel courts.
You will hear more stories from the man himself Henri Leconte on December 5th.
A Charity auction and prize draw will also take place to generate vital funds for QEF’s work with disabled children and adults.
The event will conclude at 11pm.
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