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Are you looking for the latest details on the Italian Open tickets for the 2020 edition of the competition? Here’s how you can buy the Rome Masters tickets from the various options available online.

The competition in the month of May and for the gents, it is a part of the ATP Masters circuit and will take place right after the Madrid Masters. As for the ladies, it is a Premier 5 event with 900 ranking points up for grabs. It is also the last big tournament before the French Open.

Rome Masters 2020 Schedule & Dates

Rome Masters is one of the nine Masters events on the ATP World Tour each year. This clay court event will take place between May 10-17, 2020.

It also marks the last Masters event before Roland Garros and makes for a very exciting watch. To be there in person is always a mesmerising experience and so keeping that in mind, we will help you to get tickets to the event with all the information available.

How to Buy Italian Open 2020 Tickets?

Here’s a list of ways you can look to buy the Rome Masters tickets for the 2020 edition.

The Rome Masters Official Channel

The best option is always the official tournament website itself. This way you can get the tickets as soon as they are available and you can get the best choice of seats too. Click here for latest Italian Open tickets.

The Hospitality system of the Rome Masters does a wonderful job of offering seats as per your needs. They offer a few different services when it comes to attending the event.

Corporate Hospitality

The Corporate Hospitality service is tailor-made for individuals and Companies who wish to attend the tournament. There are different packages under this service; some of the exclusive services provided by them under these packages includes:

  • Special entrances for the best stands
  • Welcome desk
  • Personalised seating
  • Shuttle service
  • Reserved parking
  • Wi-Fi
  • Official tournament memorabilia
  • Open bar and light catering
  • Access to air-conditioned lounge on centre court

These are some of the services offered by them under certain packages of the Corporate Hospitality.

Club Suite Package

The Club Suite package is for those who want to watch and experience all the matches that they possibly can. Under this package, you can attend all the matches from the first two rows of centre court. This includes the eight day sessions, six evening sessions and also the six Next Gen sessions; all this from the first two rows. It also gives you access to the Club Lounge.

You will get many services under this package like a tour of the court and players’ area (on reservation), tournament guide, personalised seating and much more.

The official website is yet to start selling these tickets. As soon as they do, we will update the information here to let you know.

Courtside Hospitality

If you are looking for a tour package along with tickets for the Rome Masters, this is a good choice to go for. Courtside Hospitality offer a variety of different packages that include first class accommodations clubbed with tickets for the tennis tournament. The do this for many other elite ATP tournaments too.

If you wish for accommodation along with tickets, you can opt for one of two options as given below:

Gold Rome Semis and Final

You will get lower-tier seating for both the Men’s and Women’s Finals on Saturday and Sunday.

It also includes a 4 night stay in Rome at the 4-star L Boutique Hotel (Double Room) with check-in on Thursday 14th May and check-out on Monday 18th May. Additionally, you can avail complimentary breakfast every day and a complementary use of the spa, along with private airport transfers.

You can buy this package for 3000 GBP.

Platinum Rome Semis and Final

This package will get you lower courtside tickets for the Men’s and Women’s quarterfinals, semifinals and finals on the 15th, 16th and 17th of May.

The package also includes a five night stay at the Cavalieri Waldorf Hotel in the King Premium Room. The check-in will be on 13th May and check-out on the 18th of May, and the stay will include complimentary breakfast and use of spa along with private airport transfer.

You can avail this package at 3750 GBP.

If you are looking just for tickets and not the accommodations, they offer this as well. The price of the tickets range from 200 GBP for the first day and it goes up to 800 GBP for the men’s singles final on the last day. The prices will vary according to the seating. You can check out all their plans and packages by visiting their website here.

How much do the Rome Masters 2020 Tickets cost?

Ground Pass/Tickets

There are various single-session ticket options available at the Italian Open beginning at as little as €4 for a ground pass for Monday, May 4. This ground ticket price goes up to €37 on May 13. Hence, the access to Ground Courts can be obtained with a pass priced between €4 – €37 per person, depending on the day you are purchasing the ticket for.

Here’re more pricing details for the ground tickets for the entire tournament.

May 4: €4
May 5: €5
May 6: €6
May 7: €6
May 8: €9
May 9: €23
May 10: €19
May 11: €24
May 12: €32
May 13: €37
May 14: €34
May 15: €19
May 16: €17
May 17: €9

Grand Stand Arena Ticket Price

Prices for Tribuna Sud/Ovest/Est AND Distinti Sud/Ovest/Est Respectively
May 10: €40/€29
May 11: €41/€30
May 12: €56/€42
May 13: €81/€61
May 14: €89/€67
May 15: €85/€64

Central Court Ticket Price

Italian Open Central Court Ticket Prices

Other Season Ticket Cost for Italian Open 2020

CENTRAL COURT, Exclusive Suite (7 seats): €13000
CENTRAL COURT, Tribuna Sponsor: €1755
CENTRAL COURT, Italian Open Club: €1590
CENTRAL COURT, Tribuna TOP: €1590
CENTRAL COURT, Tribuna Premium: €1425
CENTRAL COURT, Tribuna: €1300
CENTRAL COURT, Tribuna Inter. Premium: €765
CENTRAL COURT, Distinti Premium: €705
GRAND STAND ARENA, Tribuna Sud: €305
GRAND STAND ARENA, Tribuna Ovest: € 305
GRAND STAND ARENA, Tribuna Est: € 230

Also, these prices are not inclusive of a 10% booking fee and VAT, so you may want to keep that in mind.

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Travel Packages

If you are visiting Rome on a vacation during the Italian Open, then these travel packages are worth giving a thought. There are two categories, namely Easy and Premium.

As the name suggests, the Premium package obviously comes with more benefits such as an overnight stay in a 4 or 5-star hotels, close to the Foro Italico (the venue where Italian Open is played). This is also a good option for those die-hard fans who fancy their chances of running into their favourite players, outside the arena. With this, you also get the best seats in the lower sections of the Centre Court.

There are similarities in the two packages as well, such as breakfast is included in the deals, getting round trip services from airports or railway stations to the hotel, and many more. However, with Premium, you will also get a backstage guided tour of the player’s area and Foro Italico Arena.

What to do if the 2020 Rome Open tickets are sold out?

Apart from the multiple options mentioned above, you can also buy your Rome Masters tickets using or These are two of the secondary ticketing market-places we recommend for all your tennis ticketing needs in case there is an unavailability of tickets for the matches you want to watch.

Usually, you would encounter this problem for those days when the top guns like Rafael Nadal and co. are out on the court, so it makes sense to reserve your Rome Masters tickets before the schedule is announced. However, in case you aren’t able to do that, what we recommend is for you to register with here.

Once you have done that, check with the site regularly to see if the tickets are getting re-listed for resale from patrons who aren’t able to make it. A word of caution here; the ticket prices on a secondary site like Viagogo is usually at a premium over the actual printed price and there’s every chance that the cheaper ones even there get sold out earlier. So, do keep that in mind before you book your Italian Open tickets using Viagogo.

The same process works with Stubhub as well.

Player List for 2020 Italian Open

Being one of the most popular tournaments in Italy with a lot of ranking points at stake, it comes as no surprise to see almost every top player from men’s and women’s circuit confirming their participation. The confirmations for the 2020 edition of the Italian Open are still coming in but below is the list of players we expect who might participate in the competition.

Men’s Singles: Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Alexander Zverev, Kei Nishikori, Kevin Anderson, Marin Cilic, Borna Coric, Daniil Medvedev, Karen Khachanov, John Isner, Roberto Bautista Agut, Grigor Dimitrov, Kyle Edmund, Richard Gasquet, Robin Haase, Steve Johnson, Nick Kyrgios, Dominic Thiem.

Women’s Singles: Simona Halep, Naomi Osaka, Karolina Pliskova, Angelique Kerber, Shuai Peng, Elina Svitolina, Samantha Stosur, Roberta Vinci, Venus Williams, Victoria Azarenka, Caroline Wozniacki, Serena Williams, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Anett Kontaveit, Johanna Konta, Daria Kasatkina.