All the information related to the 2019 Brasil Open tickets has been updated here, in line with the official site. The competition will begin on February 25, Monday and will run through the week to end on Sunday, March 2. It will be played in Sao Paolo in indoor clay courts and will be the last event on the Latin American circuit.
So, if you have missed out on the chance of watching quality tennis in other South American tournaments, then you may want to consider this and buy the Brasil Open tickets at the earliest!
Brasil Open tickets are available for sale online, at www.ingressorapido.com.br. Alternately, you could also visit the official tournament page for purchasing the tickets – brasilopen.com.br.
The seats are available across three categories – Superior Chair, Lower Chair Lateral, and Lower Chair Fundo de Quadra. The quality of seat increases in the mentioned order, with the last category offering the superior-most seats.
The prices mentioned are in Brazilian Real.
For the first two days of the tournament – February 25 and 26, the Superior Chair seats can be bought for R$ 25,00, while the Lower Chair Lateral category starts at R$ 60,00.
As for the last category, the tickets can be bought at a starting price of R$ 60,00.
The same tickets for the semifinals and final can be bought for R$ 125,00, R$ 350,00 and R$ 410,00 respectively for the three categories.
Patrons also have the option of buying a series package, starting at R$ 240,00 for the Chair Side category.
Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and also happens to be the most populated city in the country. Also known as Sampa, the city has a lot to offer but is often overshadowed by other popular Brazilian cities like Rio de Janeiro and Salvador.
It is one of the most diverse cities in the southern hemisphere and as a result, exploring the city is a culturally rewarding experience. One can spend the day visiting several museums and parks around the city while the night can be fully enjoyed in lively nightclubs that Sao Paolo has to offer.
The Sao Paulo experience is a surreal one – something that you ought to experience at least once in your lifetime. You can find tour packages on the official Brasil Open site to help you plan the perfect vacation in this beautiful Brazilian city.
2019 Brasil Open Player List
Malek Jaziri, Leonardo Mayer, Roberto Carballes Baena, Christian Garin, Elias Ymer, Albert Ramos-Vinolas, Paolo Lorenzi, Taro Daniel, Federico Delbonis, Joao Sousa, Guido Pella, Laslo Djere, Pedro Sousa, Juan Ignacio Lorenzi, Maximilian Marterer, Lorenzo Sonego, Casper Ruud, and more.