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23 - 28 July

British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

Nottingham Tennis Centre

British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships – 23 - 28 July

British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships | Travel & Parking

Getting to the British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships

The British Open Wheelchair Tennis Championships is based at the Nottingham Tennis Centre, just outside of Nottingham city centre with great public transport links and a public car park available at the venue. See below on further details on how to get to the venue.

Venue address

Nottingham Tennis Centre, University Boulevard, Nottingham NG7 2QH

By train

Nottingham Train Station is fully open, however, it is currently undergoing some refurbishment work. It is well-connected via the East Midlands Train Line Service, which operates a high speed train service to and from London St Pancras, taking around 1 hour 45 minutes. A regional service operates from Worksop, Mansfield, Lincoln and Derby, while the Liverpool to Norwich service calls at Manchester, Sheffield, Nottingham, Grantham and Peterborough.

The train station does offer step free access with staff on hand 24 Hours a Day to assist. For more information on accessibility and mobility access, please visit the East Midlands website.

From Nottingham Train Station, the easiest way to reach the tennis centre is to take the Toton Lane tram which departs from on top of Karlsruhe Friendship bridge, which sits above Nottingham Train Station itself. See below for more information or visit the Nottingham Express Transit (NET) website.

By tram

Nottingham Tennis Centre is served by Nottingham’s tram network (NET). Spectators travelling by tram should disembark at the University of Nottingham tram stop which is situated on University Boulevard (A6005). It is a 3 minute walk from the tram stop to the entrance of the tennis centre (approximately 300m) with all pavements providing dropped kerbs. Please note the route does cross a main road. Trams run approximately every 7 minutes across the city with direct links to Nottingham Train Station.

The closest tram park and ride site is at Toton Lane with 1400 free parking spaces, there are a further 6 sites and 3500 spaces across the network easily accessible from junctions 24, 25, 26 and 27 of the M1.

Please buy your ‘event’ tram ticket from the ticket machines located at each stop before boarding the tram. For more information visit the Nottingham Express Transit (NET) website.

By car

There is free car parking available at the tennis centre but is on a first come first served basis. 

Disabled car parking spaces are available in the tennis centre car park.

By bicycle

There are bicycle racks available to secure bicycles outside the main entrance to the tournament. 

Check your route in advance using Google Maps and selecting bicycling routes.