Looking for the best tennis pubs in London? 2016 looks set to be an intriguing year for tennis with Sharapova's ban and the slow changing of the guard in the men's game as Rafa and Roger fade from view. The action starts again in January at the Australian Open and to help you guys out with finding the best pubs showing tennis in London we’ve got a top selection here. So if you are looking for somewhere late to watch Andy at the Australian Open or can’t make it to Wimbledon to watch Wawrinka, we’ve got some suggestions for where you might want to go. Check out the best pubs in London for Wimbledon as well.
Pubs & Bars
Belushis and The Dugout
If you want a banker (i.e. the tennis will definitely be on ï¿½ not someone who looks after your money), get to London Bridge for what we think is one of the 10 <a href="http://www.matchpint.co.uk/best-pubs-for-sports">best sports bars in London</a>, let alone one which is specifically for Tennis ï¿½ Belushis. Why, we hear you ask? Well, as weï¿½ve mentioned elsewhere, it opens at 7 oï¿½clock in the morning so, when Federer and co are over in the far-east, Belushis will be one of the only places you could possibly catch the matches. Similarly, as itï¿½s open so late, come US Open time, you wonï¿½t have to miss a game there either. Theyï¿½re also super friendly!
Brilliant pub in Peckham Rye, south London, with a gorgeous garden, complete with its own table tennis table where you can recreate those amazing Nadal v Federer tie-breaks or the last set of Murray vs Djokovic in the US Open 2012. With Sky Sports available, it's a pub for more than just two weeks of summer!
This corking boozer located between two of London's major transport hubs - Euston and Kings Cross St Pancras - is big on tennis. Due to it's location it's the perfect place to stop off for a few sets and a swift half as you wait for that train/tube home. Plenty of seating and a decent range of beers, real ales and wine make this a real favourite.
Located in the heart of Temple Bar, this place has so much to offer. From private booths with your own T.V screens to table tennis and billiards to banish the boredom when Rafa is taking an age to serve, it's one of our firm favourites for watching tennis. It also has the friendliest bar staff this side of the Atlantic.
A firm fan favourite in Dublin, Sinnott's boasts a cracking experience whatever the weather. Four outdoor screens are a treat in summer whilst the traditional bar inside is littered with drop-down projectors, offering the perfect view wherever you're parked.
The Living Room
Boasting the finest outdoor screen in Dublin and a serious setup indoors for when it's not so fine out, The Living Room is a world-class place to watch any big tennis match on TV.
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