Alexander Zverev is undoubtedly one of the brightest stars in tennis right now. He is heading to The Boodles fresh from his history-making win in Rome, becoming the youngest player to win an ATP Masters 1000 title, aged just 20 and moving into the top 10 rankings for the first time.
Juan Martin Del Potro is a former US Open champion and 2016 Olympic silver medallist who only narrowly missed out on the gold to Andy Murray in an epic final in Rio. The Argentine is back to his best after several years of injury woes and is a definite contender for the Wimbledon crown.
Australia's Nick Kyrgios with the huge forehand, the tweeners and the rock star attitude, guarantees entertainment whenever he steps onto court.
As always at The Boodles, be prepared for some possible surprise guests throughout the week.
** David Goffin was confirmed to play but has been forced to withdraw due to an injury. We wish him a speedy recovery.
We are delighted to announce "The Class of 2017" *
We hope you can join us once again to enjoy world class tennis within the unique, English garden party atmosphere that The Boodles is now famous for. Not only will you and your guests be closer to the action than ever before but you will experience a day of sumptuous luxury in the idyllic grounds of Stoke Park, with Champagne on ice and a gourmet lunch prepared by award winning chef Chris Wheeler.
In light of the occurrences in London over the past weeks we will be checking car park passes and tickets as you enter Stoke Park. To ensure your journey on to site is as easy as possible we kindly request that you display your car park pass clearly on your rearview mirror if you are a hospitality guest. For all stadium pass buyers we kindly request that you have your tickets to hand as you enter the gate.