Looking to buy the European Open tickets for the this year’s edition of the competition? Here’s how you can do that and enjoy one of the most viewer-friendly tennis tournaments in Europe.
This season of the European Open that will be played in Antwerp will kick-start on October 14 with the Qualifying Rounds before the final that will be played on October 21.
Remember this is just the third season of the European Open and it’s already one of the tournaments to watch and you can buy its tickets by visiting the official website Teleticketservice.com.
Some of the players who were involved in the tournament last year other than the defending champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga were David Goffin, Nick Kyrgios, Diego Schwartzman, David Ferrer, Pabloa Cuevas, Benoit Paire and Alexandr Dolgopolov. Expect most of them and many others to take part in this year’s Antwerp Open too.
For this year’s competition, here’s the schedule of play at the Antwerp Open:
Programme and participants
Sunday, October 14: play starts at 11.00 AM
Monday, October 15: Play starts at 11.00 AM
Tuesday, October 16: play starts at 12 PM
Wednesday, October 17: play starts at 12 PM
Thursday, October 18 play starts at 12 PM
Friday, October 19: play starts at 12 PM
Saturday, October 20: play starts at 1 PM
Sunday, October 21: play starts at 1 PM
Ticket prices for the European Open vary from 10 EUR on day one of the competition to 75 EUR as the highest-priced ticket for the final. There’s also a weekend package available which will allow you access to all matches on Saturday and Sunday for 120 EUR per ticket.
Here’s the rate-card for all the available European Open tickets for the 2018 edition of the tournament. Also, if you buy a ticket to the centre court, you are eligible to watch all the tennis action on the outside court (number 1).
How to get to the Lotto Arena:
There are various ways by which you can get to the Lotto Arena and all of it is mentioned here on the official website. http://europeanopenatp250.com/practical-info/
Also, the Lotto Arena provides access to fans with reduced mobility with quite a few seats reserved for such fans at the Centre Court.