Buy your Sydney International Tickets here

Are you looking to purchase the 2019 Apia Sydney International tickets? Well, you are at the right place as we will give you the latest information and ticketing details on this front.

The tickets went on sale in early October, 2018. The official ticketing partner for the Sydney International is Ticketek. You can either visit the website to purchase tickets for any of the Australian Open series events or go to Ticketek agencies in person, which are located across Australia and New Zealand.

For people in Australia looking to buy the Sydney International tickets, Ticketek can be contacted at 1300 888 104.

As for international bookings, the contact number is +61 3 9039 9407.

The major matches are played at the Ken Rosewall Arena. The tickets can be bought individually for the day or night sessions, or you can consider a multi day pass depending on your preference. However, do keep in mind that for the day session, there is no assigned seating. You are free to move around as you wish.

If you want to make a reserve a seat, you need to select the Platinum category. The night sessions have assigned seating, namely in Silver, Gold, and Platinum categories.

The day session tickets can be bought for $21 in general category, while the reserved Platinum seats cost $59. The prices remain on the same spectrum for the first four five days of the tournament. On the semi finals day, the same cost $59 and $89 respectively.

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The night session, which starts from the middle of the week, can be enjoyed at a starting price of $25 in the Silver category and $30 in Gold.

The Platinum seats are capped at $65. These prices increase as you move towards the final rounds of the tournament. The men’s and women’s final tickets can be bought starting at $79 in Silver type and $99 in Gold. The same seats in the Platinum range cost $129.

All sessions package can be bought for $335. You can find more information on the Sydney International 2018 tickets here.

Apart from this, you also have the option of buying premium tickets, which are also known as hospitality packages. It is truly a memorable and fantastic way to enjoy all the action from Sydney International.

First up is the Club 1885 package, which entails premium reserved seats, access to Club 1885 Lounge with unlimited food and beverages and many more perks.

You can also consider the ‘In Seat Gourmet Hamper’, wherein, delicious food and wine will be delivered to your reserved premium seats.

This is a great way to unwind and enjoy the action on the court while being treated to delectable delicacies. You can select from a range of dishes, all of which are sure to leave you spellbound.

The Baseline Club is also a great deal to watch the matches at Sydney International. The seats are placed right behind the baseline. With the benefits from the aforementioned deals included, it is truly the best way to enjoy the matches here. However, a minimum of 10 people are needed for this package.

You can find more about the premium hospitality packages for the Sydney International tickets here.

Player List for 2019 Sydney International Tennis:

Simona Halep, won her first ever major last year, is the top women’s seed going into the Sydney International while Germany’s Angelique Kerber, who is the defending champion has been seeded second. Previous US Open champions Naomi Osaka and Sloane Stephens will also take part along with Karoline Pliskova, Kiki Bertens and the rest of the top players.

Women’s Singles: Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep, Sloane Stephens, Kiki Bertens, Karolina Pliskova, Naomi Osaka, Daria Kasaktina, Anastasija Sevastova

The top men’s seed is Great Britain’s Kyle Edmund even as Stefanos Tsitsipas starts off one of the favourites and the second seed in the men’s singles draw. Also in action will be the defending champion Daniil Medvedev, seeded three and the fourth and fifth seeds Gilles Simon and Alex de Minaur.

Men’s Singles: Kyle Edmund, Daniil Medvedev, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Gilles Simon, Diego Schwartzman, Lucas Pouille, Alex de Minaur, Marton Fucsovics