ATP Munich Open, also known as BMW Open by FHU for sponsorship reasons, is a men’s professional tennis tournament that is a part of the ATP World Tour. Played in the first week of May every year on outdoor clay courts, it is one of the four tennis tournaments in Germany and is also among the oldest in the country. If you are looking for information on how to buy the 2019 ATP Munich Open tickets, then you have come to the right place.
The 2019 Munich Open will be played from April 27 to May 5, 2019, at the MTTC Iphitos, Munich. The first round matches will start on April 29 with qualifications set to be played before that. The final match will be played on Sunday, May 05.
The tickets are available for purchase on the official website of the tournament – bmwopen.de. The official ticketing partner of the event is Eventimsports Germany. In case of any queries, you can get in touch with the tournament officials over the following:
· Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
· VIP Ticket information: email@example.com
· Ticket hotline: 01806-99-11-56
The ticket prices are mentioned in Euros. For the qualification matches to be played on April 27 and April 28, the tickets are available for 12 EUR to 17 EUR.
For the first round matches to be played on Monday and Tuesday that is, April 29 and April 30, the tickets are priced respectively from 25 EUR to 59 EUR.
For the matches to be played over the remainder of the tournament, which includes the second round, quarterfinals, semifinals, and the final, the Munich Open tickets can be bought starting at 35 EUR. For those looking for better seats, they can expect to pay as much as 77 EUR for the aforementioned rounds.
Children under the age of 16 can enjoy a discount of 50% while those under the age of 18, along with pupils, students, military personnel, and disabled people are entitled to a 25% discount.
Last year, the tournament was won by the local favourite Alexander Zverev, who defeated his compatriot Philipp Kohlschreiber in the final. The event also featured other stars like Gael Monfils, Hyeon Chung, Roberto Bautista Agut, and Diego Schwartzman.