Australian Open Tickets
Talk about tennis and only a few names of the biggest tournaments come to mind. Among them is the Australian Open , a tournament of Grand Slam which is held in Australia at Melbourne Park. The tournament comprises of men’s and women’s singles doubles and mixed doubles, each one of them having its own excitement factors for the fans. For all the years that the tournament has been operational, Australian Open tickets have remained a popular commodity, especially because it is the first Grand Slam of the year and fans get excited at the idea of the all four lying ahead.
Australian Open Venues
Australian Open Cities
- Australian Open Melbourne VIC
Latest Australian Open Events
- Australian Open - Quarterfinals, Rod Laver Arena tickets for 01/24 07:00 PM at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
- Tue Jan 24 2017
- Australian Open - Quarterfinals, Rod Laver Arena tickets for 01/25 11:00 AM at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
- Wed Jan 25 2017
- Australian Open - Quarterfinals, Rod Laver Arena tickets for 01/25 07:30 PM at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
- Wed Jan 25 2017
- Australian Open - Match - TBA/Women's Singles Semifinal, Rod Laver Arena tickets for 01/26 11:00 AM at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
- Thu Jan 26 2017
- Australian Open - Men's Singles Semifinal/Exhibition Match, Rod Laver Arena tickets for 01/26 07:30 PM at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
- Thu Jan 26 2017
- Australian Open - Mixed Doubles Semifinal, Rod Laver Arena tickets for 01/27 03:00 PM at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
- Fri Jan 27 2017
- Australian Open - Singles Final/Doubles Final, Rod Laver Arena tickets for 01/28 01:00 PM at Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
- Sat Jan 28 2017
Australian Open is not just a few minutes of games; it’s a drama that unfolds itself on the court among the world’s finest players who all seek domination and employ their full courage and determination to get that. Fans enjoy the excitement, the angst and the intensity of the play as hundreds of players push their way forward in an attempt to take the crown away.
For players, they gear up in the first tournament and play to their best as this is the event which lets them go forward. This is the tournament where the skills and endurance of players are tested and the champions move forward with glory. Men seek The Norman Brookes Challenge Cup presented by the State Lawn Tennis Associations while women seek Daphne Akhurst Memorial Trophy which is presented to the champion by the NSW Lawn Tennis Association.
Players all through the Grand Slam history have driven to be the best in all four tournaments especially in Australian Open to experience a great kick-off. The world’s best men and women tennis player gather in Melbourne for the Australian Open in hopes to shine with their performance, not caring in how much blistering temperatures they have to play.
The history of Australian Open is filled with glorious moments for the players, exciting moments for the ones watching the game with every new event promising to bring more of such. Players like Roger, Rafa, Andy, Novak, Victoria, Caroline, Maria and Serena are more than just sporting heroes; they are the global superstars who all strive for the ultimate prize at the end of the four Slams. Jack Crawford, Roy Emerson and Ken Rosewall are the great AO champions who have won have been the champions of Australian Open more than once while Daphne Jessie Akhurst, Malcolm Anderson, Nancy Bolton and Lesley Bowrey are some of the many Hall of Famers that this tournament has produced.
All eyes set towards Australia every year in January when the tournament heads to Melbourne. The ardent tennis fans, which comprise of a hefty amount of elite people who have a fine taste in sports, fly from all over to follow the tournament. For this, Australian Open tickets start going out months before the event with sales going at their peaks nearer the event. Players are the most thrilled to get their hands on the trophy and the prize money, resultantly; they put up a play that is exuberant.
Australian Open Events Tickets Prices
The average price for Australian Open Tickets start from $620. The minimum get in price is $245 for Australian Open Tickets at the Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Australian Open - Quarterfinals||Melbourne||24-Jan-17||$620||$245|
|Australian Open - Quarterfinals||Melbourne||25-Jan-17||$631||$361|
|Australian Open - Quarterfinals||Melbourne||25-Jan-17||$656||$361|
|Australian Open - Match - TBA/Women's Singles Semifinal||Melbourne||26-Jan-17||$878||$369|
|Australian Open - Men's Singles Semifinal/Exhibition Match||Melbourne||26-Jan-17||$952||$358|
|Australian Open - Mixed Doubles Semifinal||Melbourne||27-Jan-17||$1053||$586|
|Australian Open - Singles Final/Doubles Final||Melbourne||28-Jan-17||$632||$318|
|Australian Open - Mixed Doubles/Singles Final||Melbourne||29-Jan-17||$1650||$900|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
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