The 2019 edition of the Sofia Open will begin from February 4 and it will be interesting to see which of the top players and the stars from the future participate in the competition. And if you are looking at the options how to buy Sofia Open tickets for the 2018 edition, you can find it below.
The ticket details for the 2019 ATP Sofia hasn’t been released on the official website yet. However, we do know a couple of things as to where they can purchased from and what they may cost.
The tickets for the Sofia Open 2019 need to be purchased from eventim.bg, which is a Bulgarian ticketing site. Alternately, one can also visit the official tournament page and then proceed to the ticketing site from there.
Based on the last years’ prices, we can expect the prices for the 2019 ATP Sofia to be along the same lines.
There are three categories of seats and the tickets for the early rounds are priced between 20 – 50 Bulgarian lev.
The same for the quarterfinals cost between 25 – 70 lv, while the tickets for semifinals can be bought at a starting price of 30 lv. The best seats to enjoy the semifinals will cost 90 lv.
Interestingly, the tickets for the finals cost the same for everyone who watched the it in person last year. It is yet to be known if this will be the case in 2019 too, but we can definitely expect it to be.
We will update the full details of the Sofia Open tickets here as soon as we have it.
One of the best kept secrets of Easter Europe, Sofia is the capital of Bulgaria known for its exceptional orthodox churches and a mesmerizing fusion of communist and European-style architecture. Placed on the outskirts of Vitosha mountain, the scenic capital beckons scores of tourists every year.
Whether you want to experience the city life in all its glory or get adventurous and go hiking or skiing on the mountains (or even both!), Sofia is the place for you.
Just like every other city in Europe, there is a lot to do in Sofia like visiting museums and churches, namely Alexander Nevski Cathedral.
The city is also known for its mineral springs and they are ought to be visited while in Sofia. You can also visit the famed Vitosha Boulevard, to splurge and shop to your soul’s desire. A couple of other interesting places are Boyana Church and Boris Garden.
Being in Eastern Europe, the accommodation here is relatively cheaper than its western counterparts. One can reach Sofia via train or flight, depending on your preference
In addition to the ticketing details, the list of the participants for the 2018 edition hasn’t been released either. But given how the Sofia Open is Dimitrov’s home tournament, watching him return to Sofia in order to defend his title is an absolute certainty. Two other tournaments are played in the same week as this one – ATP Montpellier and ATP Quito, both of which are in the ATP World Tour 250 series.
Player List for 2019 ATP Sofia Open:
Stan Wawrinka, who was the top seed last year, returns to the competition this year as well but local boy Grigor Dimitrov has opted out of the tournament. Karen Khachanov and Stefanos Tsitsipas will be two youngsters who can be expected to go the distance following a year to remember in 2018. Nikoloz Basilashvili, Adrian Andreev and Gael Monfils will be some of the other players joining the fray.
Men’s Singles: Karen Khachanov, Stefanos Tsitsipas, Nikoloz Basilashvili, Fernando Verdasco, Gael Monfils, Roberto Bautista Agut, Stan Wawrinka, Adrian Andreev and Dimitar Kuzmanov