ATP Zhuhai Open is a men’s professional tennis tournament will be played in late September on hard courts. It will mark the start of the Asian leg of the ATP World Tour which will ultimately end with the Rolex Shanghai Masters. In this article, we will give you the latest information on how to buy 2019 ATP Zhuhai Open tickets.
In 2019, ATP Zhuhai Open will be replacing the Shenzhen Open as a part of the ATP World Tour 250 Series. As of 2018, the event is also a part of the Challenger Tour which featured several young guns trying to make a name for themselves on the circuit. Similarly, the event is also a part of the ITF Women’s Circuit under the same name.
Needless to mention, the city of Zhuhai has successfully hosted several tennis competitions over the years. Its state-of-the-art Hengqin International Tennis Center presently conducts three competitions – the WTA Elite Trophy, the Zhuhai Open and the Australian Open playoff for the Asia-Pacific Wildcards. The Center Court is capable of accommodating 5,000 spectators at a time.
We can expect the 2019 ATP Zhuhai Open tickets to go on sale sometime in June-July. However, at the time of writing this article, there is no ticketing information available. Nonetheless, you can bookmark this page for more details as we will bring you the latest ticketing information for the tournament. One thing that you can be certain of is that the event is going to be quite popular. As evident from the several editions of the WTA Elite Trophy over the years, the people in Zhuhai love tennis.
Since it has replaced the Shenzhen Open – the 250 Series event that has featured the likes of Andy Murray, David Goffin, Tomas Berdych, among others over the years, we can expect the organizers to retain the same level of popularity and competition in Zhuhai. Therefore, we advise that once the ticketing details are out, you purchase your 2019 ATP Zhuhai Open tickets at the earliest. As mentioned above, we will provide you with the latest information on the same as soon as possible.
The city of Zhuhai is also one of the top tourist destinations in China. It is also commonly known as Chinese Riviera for its stunning coastal line.