The ATP Marseille, also known as Open 13, is a men’s professional tennis tournament that is a part of the ATP World Tour 250 Series. It is one of the five French tournaments on the circuit and by far, it is one of the most popular 250 Series events worldwide. Get all the information on how to Marseille Open tickets for the 2020 edition below.

Several top 10 players have participated in the competition over the years and the upcoming edition promises to live up to the expectations. Andy Murray was expected to play in this last season but withdrew because of his injury and subsequent surgery.

Where to Buy the Marseille Open Tickets?

The tickets for the tournament are already out for sale on the official website of the competition here. The event will start on February 17, 2020 and will run all the way to Sunday, February 23. It will take place at the Palais des Sports, Marseille.

The official ticketing partners of the tournament are Ticketmaster France and Digitick France. The 2020 Open 13 tickets are also available on their respective sites: digitick.com and ticketmaster.fr.

It is also possible to purchase the tickets at the ticket office of the stadium, starting from February 16. Alternately, you can also visit any of the following points of sale:

Fnac, Auchan, Cora, Cultura E. Leclerc, Sauramps, Carrefour, Office of Tourism, and Geant Casino.

You can also purchase your ATP Marseille tickets by calling the number – 01-83-62-90-85.

In case of additional queries, you can always visit the ‘Contact’ section available on the official site of the tournament and get in touch with the organizers.

How much do 2020 ATP Marseille Tickets Cost?

The prices mentioned below are in Euros and are inclusive of VAT. There are three categories of seats available: VIP, Category 1, and Category 2. The Category 1 tickets are what are the Designated Seating in the chart below while the Open Seating tickets at the Marseille Open are the Category 2 tickets.

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Marseille Open tickets prices

Considering the VIP seats, the prices vary between 144 € and 168 € for the entire duration of the tournament. As for the Category 1 seats, they start at 26 € per person for earlier rounds and can go all the way up to 50 € for the final rounds. Needless to mention, Category 2 seats are the cheapest, starting at 16 € with the cap being at 36 €.

Apart from this, you also have the option of choosing from VIP hospitality packages. These usually come with catering, reserved parking, personal badge, and of course, VIP courtside seats. You can either choose the Village area package, which starts at 30,000 € for 12 people or the Boxes package, which starts at 5,100 € for a box of four seats.

There are also daily hospitality packages, starting at roughly 100 € per person. More information on the same can be found on the official site of the tournament here.

Players Confirmed for 2020 Marseille Open

Some of the players expected to participate in the 2020 Open 13 competition include Stefanos Tsitsipas, Daniil Medvedev and Denis Shapovalov among others. More information on this will be revealed soon enough.