Nature Valley International, also known as WTA Eastbourne, is a Premier-level tournament organized by the WTA Tour. Some of the top players on the circuit are going to play here, right before the Wimbledon starts. More information on the WTA Eastbourne Tickets can be found below.
The player pool is certainly intriguing to say the least and it is going to be well worth the effort that is taken to watch these matches in person. In this article, we have prepared a short guide on how to get tickets for WTA Eastbourne 2019.
One of the ways to buy the Eastbourne Open tickets with TicketFactory.com here.
The tickets are also available for purchase on the official website of the British Lawn Tennis Association. The prices mentioned are in British Pounds and they do not include ticketing fees such as admin fee or fulfilment fee.
In case of any queries, you can get in touch with the tournament officials at the following numbers and email addresses:
- 0844-581-3015 (For regular tickets)
- 01323-646076 (For hospitality packages)
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Ticket queries)
- email@example.com (Hospitality enquiries)
Alternately, you can also visit the official website of the tournament for more information.
The tickets for the seven days of the tournament have been priced as follows:
The prices vary across ground pass, Court 1 tickets and Centre Court tickets. A Centre Court ticket will give you access to the grounds and other additional courts.
Coming to the hospitality packages, fans can enjoy the thrilling action in Eastbourne from the Sky Lounge. As the name suggests, Sky Lounge offers an unparalleled view of the matches with the lounge overlooking the Centre Court and Court 1.
This WTA Eastbourne tickets package comes with premium Centre Court tickets, reserved parking, complimentary bar and drinks along with three-course meal and afternoon tea. This is an ideal way to relax and enjoy the matches while entertaining clients and guests.
The package starts at just £99 per person and can go all the way up to £299. For more information, you can get in touch with the hospitality team at the Nature Valley International.
What Happened at the Previous WTA Eastbourne Open?
Caroline Wozniacki enters this year’s Eastbourne Open as the defending champion after she won the title last year by defeating Aryna Sabalenka in the final of the tournament. She was stretched by won in straight sets to lift the trophy.
Earlier in the last-four stage, Wozniacki required three sets to get the better of Angelique Kerber while Sabalenka defeated Agnieszka Radwanska to make it to the final. Ash Barty, Daria Kasatkina, Jelena Ostapenko and Karolina Pliskova were the losing quarter-finalists.