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Wimbledon Championships 2010 - Week Two

Following an exciting first week of tennis, the whole of SW19 was looking forward to the business end of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and the build up to the much anticipated finals. Thousands of tennis fans from across the world, as well as corporate clients amass on Wimbledon each year for the world famous Championships.

The top six men's seeds all survived into the fourth round, the first time that had happened at Wimbledon since 2001. However it wasn't all going with form as Andy Roddick, seeded fifth and three times a Wimbledon runner-up, crashed out in the fourth round to Taipei's Yen-Hsun Lu, ranked 82 in the world, in a tense five-set match on court No.2.

This tournament was made extra special by a Royal visit from The Queen. There was a palpable sense of anticipation among the crowds before her arrival as it had been over 30 years since her last visit to Wimbledon. As Her Majesty made her way through the grounds of Wimbledon, a moment of hush fell upon the normally bustling spectators who had gathered to catch a glimpse of her, in a mark of respect.

Hospitalityfinder was again delighted to open its doors and welcome a swathe of corporate guests at the Wimbledon Lakeview Restaurant. Carefully manicured lawns lead the way up to the charming Lakeview Restaurant, which stands proudly amidst the greenery of SW19 with the famous Centre Court conveniently located just across the lake.

The stunning views across the lake towards the All England Club was best enjoyed in the sunshine of the restaurant balcony with a glass of champagne and a selection of the sublime canapés on offer from the immaculate hostesses on hand.

The second week of tennis got underway with the biggest shock of the whole fortnight, when No.1 seed and defending champion Roger Federer was overpowered in four sets by Tomas Berdych. The beaten champion blamed back and legs injuries on his early exit but did little to ease the disappointment of his followers as it was the first time in seven years he had failed either to win the title or reach the final.

With guests able to come and go from the corporate hospitality facility, they had the freedom to choose whether they wanted to get to the courts early and view as much tennis as possible, or instead relax in the comfort of the hospitality facility with the complimentary bar to pass the time ahead of the day's bigger matches.

British hopes rested squarely on Andy Murray's shoulders, who produced some scintillating form early on in the tournament in front of his home crowd. His route to the final was blocked by the fiery Spaniard, world No.1 Rafael Nadal. Their semi final clash was a match of epic proportions, in front of a full house on Centre Court. Murray was producing some fantastic tennis but Rafa's athletic ability gave him the edge in the early stages. Nadal took the first set 6-4, and at the tie break in the second set it was Murray who cracked first, allowing the dangerous Spaniard to seize the second set along with the initiative in the match.

Despite the crowd's best efforts to lift him, Murray slumped to a third set defeat, allowing Nadal to progress to a place in the final against the Czech Republic's Tomas Berdych, who himself had vanquished Federer and Djokovic on his route to the final.

Guests at the corporate hospitality facility took their seats inside the restaurant for the four course gourmet luncheon which was served with a selection of fine wines. Discussions about the day of tennis ahead filled the air and with clear blue skies forecast for the full Wimbledon week, everyone seemed to be in good spirits.

The men's final is traditionally the highlight of The Championships as it takes main stage on Wimbledon's Centre Court. Nadal exploded out of the blocks, crushing the Czech underdog in the first set much to the crowd's delight. The Spaniard was in full flow, displaying a fantastic array of shots and proving to the world why he is ranked number 1. With Berdych confidence shot to pieces, the imperious Nadal cruised to victory and needed just two hours and 13 minutes to win his eighth grand slam title.

A traditional Wimbledon afternoon tea of strawberries and cream was served both in the restaurant and in the sunshine of the balcony for eagerly enjoying the full Wimbledon hospitality experience. The hostesses diligently ensured guests were enjoying the finest in corporate entertainment, on a fantastic day of tennis at SW19.

The women's crown was sealed in similar style with the dominant No.1 seed Serena Williams powering her way to her fourth All England title, served 89 aces in the process, beating her own record set in 2009.

Finals week at Wimbledon saw some fantastic tennis yet again at the All England Club where both the men's and women's No.1 ranked players proved irresistible on their march to Wimbledon glory at the 2010 tournament. Hospitalityfinder proudly hosted another exceptional week of corporate hospitality at Wimbledon and left every guest with an overwhelming sense of enjoyment at a corporate event to remember.

You can be a part of it in 2011 and enjoy a superb hospitality day at the The Wimbledon Championships, where Tennis fans gather to witness one of the finest sporting spectacles in the world.

View our superb Corporate Hospitality Packages for the Wimbledon Championships.

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