ATP Marrakech Tickets
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ATP Marrakech, also known as Grand Prix Hassan II, is a men’s professional tennis tournament that is a part of the ATP World Tour 250 Series. The event is conducted on outdoor clay courts and is also the only ATP tournament in Africa. Up until 2016, the tournament was played in Casablanca before being moved to Marrakech. In this article, you can find information on how to buy ATP Marrakech 2019 tickets.

The tickets for sale will be released to the general public a few weeks before the tournament starts. It takes place at the Royal Tennis Club de Marrakech. With the event set to start in the first week of April, we can expect the tickets to go live sometime in March or February. It is conducted by the Federation Royale Marocaine de Tennis (FRMT) – the national governing body of tennis in Morocco.

In case of any queries related to the tournament, whether it is general or specific, you can get in touch with the FRMT authorities by visiting their official website –

In the meantime, let us take a look at how the 2018 edition of the tournament turned out to be.

The defending champion in the 2018 ATP Marrakech was the Croatian Borna Coric, but he withdrew from the event before it began. Consequently, the top seed went to Albert Ramos Vinolas while the second seed was awarded to Kyle Edmund.

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They were, in turn, joined by the likes of Richard Gasquet, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Robin Haase, Mischa Zverev, Alexandr Dolgopolov, and Benoit Paire. Interestingly enough, among these top eight seeds, four fell in the first round and two fell in the second round.

The only seeded players present in the quarterfinals were Gasquet and Edmund. The two met in the semis and it was the young Brit who sailed to the final on the back of a 6-3, 6-4 win over the Frenchman. In the opposite half of the bracket, Pablo Andujar was shaking things up as he swiftly made his way to the semifinal.

Over there, the Spaniard faced Joao Sousa, whom he dispatched comfortably with 6-4. 6-4. The final match was played between Andujar and Edmund, and it was the unseeded 32-year-old who won the tournament. That was Andujar’s third Grand Prix Hassan title, with the other two coming in the Casablanca editions of the tournament.