The Nature Valley Open, commonly known as Nottingham Open, is a women’s professional tennis tournament organized by the Women’s Tennis Association. Get the latest information on this year’s Nottingham Open tickets below.
The participants include some of the most promising names in the world of women’s tennis. If you happen to find yourself in Nottingham between June 10 to June 16, 2019, then you should consider attending the tournament.
In this article, we have prepared a short guide on 2019 WTA Nottingham Tickets.
WTA Nottingham Open Ticket Guide
First and foremost, the official ticketing partner of the Nottingham Open is TheTicketFactory.com, and this is where you will be purchasing your tickets for the event.
For any queries, you can get in touch with the ticketing officials at the following: Contact number: 0844-581-4994
You can also go to the ticketing website and fill in the online query form to get more information on tickets. The prices mentioned below are in Pounds.
Single day tickets can cost anywhere between £8-£50, which in turn depends on the day at which you are attending the tournament. Furthermore, these prices include the ticket administration costs, which can be up to £2.
There are three categories of seats available – Category 1, Category 2, and Category 3. Between these three, Category 3 seats are the cheapest.
For an adult, the first round tickets in Category 1 seats cost £31, while the same in Category 3 seats, restricted view cost £34.
Similarly, for the final match, Category 1 seats are priced at £45 while Category 3 seats are priced at £34. For children and students, these prices are comparatively lesser. The entire price list can be found on the official site or with TheTicketFactory.com, who are the official sellers of the Nottingham Open tickets. Considering the popularity of this tournament, it is recommended that you book your tickets at the earliest.
Apart from this, the tournament also offers hospitality packages which come with exciting features like VIP parking, complimentary drinks, access to the bar, premium Centre Court tickets, guest appearances, and exceptional three-course lunch and afternoon tea.
All of these are clubbed under the Sherwood Suite Offer, which allow hosts to entertain guests in a relaxed surrounding.
The prices start at £109 and can go up to £179. For more information, you can visit the official site of the tournament, or contact the tournament officials at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any other information we get around the Nottingham Open tickets will be updated as soon as possible here.
What Happened at the Previous Nottingham Open?
Ash Barty won the title by beating the previous year’s finalist Johanna Konta in the final. She won in three sets, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 to clinch the title. This was after she had carved out a straight-set win over Naomi Osaka in her semi-final while Konta had overcome previous winner and sixth seed Donna Vekic in the other semi-final.
Some of the other players involved in the previous year’s Nottingham Open included Magalena Rybarikova, Mihaela Buzarnescu, Zarina Diyas and Camila Giorgi.