Why a grass tennis court in your own back garden has become the ultimate status symbol

Why a grass tennis court in your own back garden has become the ultimate status symbol

For any tennis fan there’s a certain point in the year when the sport becomes hazed in romance: the start of the grass season.

After months of play on hard or clay courts the arrival on our TV screens of luscious green stripes feels like a return to the sport’s roots.

The biggest opener of the grass season is the week-long tournament at Queen’s Club in West Kensington, now called the Fever-Tree Championships, which starts on 17 June. The annual men-only competition is one of the key warm-up events for Wimbledon, and this year has the added draw of a comeback appearance from Andy Murray.

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