Looking for the 2020 WTA Shenzhen Open tickets? We have a lowdown on how to go about buying them online.
The Shenzhen Open women’s tennis tournament is one of the the WTA International events and is played at the start of the tennis season, allowing players to use the competition as one of the warm-up tournaments in the lead-up to the Australian Open.
The 2020 edition of the Shenzhen Open will be played in the first week of January, kick-starting from January 6, 2020. There will be a couple of rounds of qualifiers which will be played a day or so before the main rounds begin while the final will be played on January 12.
Defending champion Aryna Sabalenka can be expected to headline the draw again, after she won the title last season beating Alison Riske in the final. Some of the other players who had participated in the Shenzhen Open last season included Caroline Garcia, Wang Qiang, Jelena Ostapenko and the star attraction Maria Sharapova.
Speaking of the WTA Shenzhen Open tickets, here’s more information about the same.
The ticketing details for the Shenzhen Open 2020 haven’t been released yet but you can find related information on the tickets from the 2019 edition to give you an idea of the prices.
How to buy the Shenzhen Open 2020 tickets?
More details are still awaited. Last year you could buy these tickets here.
How much do the WTA Shenzhen Open tickets cost?
Based on what they cost in 2019, the Shenzhen Open tickets can cost anywhere between 40 yuan on day one for a student’s ticket to 350 yuan for a VIP ticket for the final.
Here’re the exact ticket prices from the previous season.
Nonetheless, it wouldn’t be a stretch to consider that the prices and the seating arrangements will not differ much in comparison to the previous season.
The main matches are played on the Center Court, while other games are played on the outdoor courts. While we don’t have any information about the outdoor courts, it is likely that you will get the access to those courts with your Center Court ticket. Or, you may have to purchase a ground pass for a small sum.
Player List for 2020 WTA Shenzhen Open
We are still awaiting information on which of the players are expected to participate in this tournament this upcoming season but for now, Belinda Bencic and Aryna Sabalenka look like they have confirmed their participation.
Belinda Bencic, Aryna Sabalenka