Vienna Open TicketsThe ATP Vienna Open is one of the most sought after tournaments in the world and if would like to buy the Vienna Open tickets, here’s more information on how you can do it.

After being a part of the Grand Prix tennis circuit between 1974 and 1989, the Vienna Open merged into the ATP World Tour 500 series and is currently played on the indoor hard courts of Wiener Stadthalle, in Vienna, Austria. Last season Lucas Pouille won the tournament by beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the final 6–1, 6–4.

Who will be in action this year at the Vienna Open? Well, for starters, you can expect the pair of Dominic Thiem, who made the French Open final earlier in the year and Kei Nishikori, who had announced immediately after the previous edition he would be returning to the competition.

Also expected to take part in this tournament are the likes of John Isner, Pablo Carreño Busta, Kevin Anderson, Sam Querrey and Grigor Dimitrov along with Andy Murray if fit.

The tickets for Vienna Open can be bought from the official website here. Tickets for each day can be bought separately, with the tickets priced at €32 at the very minimum. You can directly buy them from StadHalle.com or oeticket.com.

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Mind you, these ticket prices are the most basic and there are others which are available for a higher price as well. More information, as mentioned earlier, can be obtained from the official website here.

There’s an option of buying the premium tickets for the Vienna Open as well, which are priced at €275 for the first three days and €375/day for the remaining four.

This includes:

– Top Seating
– Exclusive catering at the VIP club
– 1 parking space per 2 tickets
– The VIP club opens half an hour before the first match of the day during the week. On weekends it is opened an hour before start of play and closes about an hour after the final match has ended.

There’re options for Business Seats and VIP Suites as well, and more information can be found here.

Player List for 2019 Vienna Open:

Men’s: Kei Nishikori, Dominic Thiem