Tennis tickets Australian Open 2013
When do Australian Open Tickets Go on Sale?
If you are hoping to grab the chance to attend the Australian Open in 2016, make sure to purchase your Australian Open tickets right away. These tickets go on sale in August however most of the best tickets are sold out before you know it.
The time is now to get tickets to the Grand Slam of Asia Pacific, one of the most popular tennis tournaments on the global sporting calendar. With star tennis players competing in both the Mens & Womens events, tennis fans will not be disappointed. Held in the Scorching heat of the Australian Summer, be sure you bring the right gear with you! Check out our Recommended guide to what to bring to the Australian Open.
Why do these tickets go on sale almost half a year before the actual event you ask? Well that is because of the sheer popularity of the the Australian Open tennis tournament. In fact, each and every year this tennis tournament brings about many tourists and international tennis fans from around the world. They flock to Melbourne, Australia during summer for the weather, the food, the nightlife and of course for some exciting tennis. It also helps that the biggest names in world tennis compete in the Australian Open, the competition is fierce and that more often than not the best of the best make it to the latter stages of the tournament. In order to give tennis fans the chance of getting the best seats in the house at the very best prices, Queen of Tickets puts tickets up for sale as soon as they become available. Check out these websites to stay up to date with Australian Open News for 2016.
About The Australian Open Competition?
Over the course of two weeks in mid-January, The Australian Open Tennis Tournament hosts superstar tennis athletes of all backgrounds and nationalities. These icons of world sport compete against each other for the Aussie Open title and of course for the bragging rights of winning the first Grand Slam event of the year. The heat in Melbourne, in summer, makes the competition even greater than that of many other sports, as the players need to cope with these conditions on their way to winning the Norman Brooke’s Challenger Cup or the Daphne Akhurst Cup. One for the trivia nuts; The Norman Brooke’s Challenger Cup is the mens’ competition trophy and the Daphne Akhurst Cup is the ladies’ prize. There are some amazing Australian Open Facts. Watch out for the up and coming Aussie start Nick Kyrgios by getting your hands on premium Nick Kyrgios tickets to see him live on court.
Queen of Tickets Has You Covered
Queen of Tickets has tickets to all the best matches on both the Mens and Women's sides of the draw. This includes all ticket categories from Round 1 through to the Final held inside Rod Laver Arena, commonly known as Centre Court.