Officials at the Australian Open will charge spectators for the first time to watch qualifying matches in the week before the Grand Slam starts. in order to begin collecting part of the
The move saw those spectators join some of the world’s best players who agreed to stage them as part of what tournament boss Craig Tiley said would be a “three-week extravaganza” in Melbourne. You can also watch organized practice matches by .
Tyree has revealed a new plan that confirmed last week that Tennis Australia had $80 million in cash reserves. essentially exhausted Over the last two years, I had to start building again.
He returned to the British Open after nine-time champion Novak Djokovic was ousted before last year’s tournament, but was included in a ‘perfect practice’ session and was enthusiastically received by fans. He said he would accept it.
“They have the baseball boys, they have the umpires, they have the fans that come from the () qualifiers, so they can actually watch the game,” Tyree said.
“They will play Novak (Djokovic), they will play Rafa (Nadal), they will play sets with Rafa or whoever … we will meet Alex De Minaur, we will meet all the players. right.
“This is part of a three-week tennis festival initiative. This is our first year, and we’re looking to grow it into a full week ahead. This is the journey we’re going on.”
Qualifiers, which start January 9, have traditionally been free, but this year tickets will be $10 for adults and $5 for children.
Tyree used the pre-event press conference to say that the Australian Open, which is contracted to play in Melbourne until 2046, is “not going anywhere” despite interest from China. confirmed.s
“The most important thing is not that the Australian Open is in jeopardy. We’re here until 2046 and I don’t think we’re going anywhere,” Tyree said.
“We’ve seen other slams catch up. We’ve increased our footprint with a stadium with a roof and that’s great for our game.
“We can only guarantee that we will have three weeks of great tennis extravaganza that people from all over the world want to attend and be a part of.”
https://thewest.com.au/news/ticket-changes-allow-extra-access-for-fans-at-australian-open-c-9342414 Ticket change gives fans additional access at Australian Open