Win tickets to the Davis Cup at the Ricoh

Tuesday 05 February 2013 Updated: 06/02 09:53

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British number two Jamie Baker is expected to play at the Ricoh in April. Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images.

YOU and your family could be watching the final day of competition at the Ricoh for free

The Aegon GB Davis Cup team will be facing Russia in the Davis Cup by BNP Paribas tie in the indoor tournament between Friday, April 5 and Sunday, April 7.

The winners of will compete in the 16-nation World Group Play-offs from September 13 to 15.

Tickets for this eagerly-anticipated competition at the Ricoh Arena are now on sale from or on 0844 338 8838. For group bookings, please call 0800 358 0058 and for accessible bookings, call 0844 581 0700. Full price tickets start at £17.

The teams will be announced ten days’ before the tournament gets underway when a mix of singles and doubles matches will be held.

The Lawn Tennis Association has teamed up with the Coventry Observer to give away a .

To be in with a chance of winning a family ticket for two adults and two children for Sunday, April 7 simply tell us the name of the venue where the Davis Cup is taking place in April.

Send your answer to Vincent Thorne, The National Tennis Centre, 100 Priory Lane, Roehampton, SW15 5JQ, or by email to by Thursday, February 28. For more information, log on to

Terms and conditions: The prize must be taken on April 7 and consists of two adult and two children’s tickets. There is no cash alternative. Costs of travel are not included. The winner will be notified by the Lawn Tennis Association. Closing date February 28.

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