The Australian Open is set to kick off on 8 February 2021 and tickets are on sale now!
As a multi-day event, you’ll need to purchase a ticket for the day and matches you wish to attend.
Due to public health restrictions, fans attending the grand slam will also be limited on where they can go within the tennis precinct depending on which ticket they purchase.
Which Australian Open tickets should I buy?
Each ticket will give you access to one of the event’s different Zones where you’ll be able to watch all the tennis action unfold, as well as enjoy some of the finest local Victorian food, drink, and music.
Here’s what fans will have access to in each zone:
|Rod Laver Arena Zone||Fans will have access to:|
– Rod Laver Arena;
– Rod Laver Arena Terrace;
– AO River Terrace; and
– Sections of the Grand Slam Oval.
|Margaret Court Arena Zone||Fans will have access to:|
– Margaret Court Arena;
– Garden Square;
– Court 3;
– 1573 Arena; and
– Western Courts 5 to 15.
|John Cain Arena Zone||Fans will have access to: |
– John Cain Arena;
– Eastern Courts 16 and 17;
– Practice Village; and
– A slice of the Grand Slam Oval.
Where can I get Tickets?
Ticketmaster is the official ticketing partner of the Aus Open and you can grab your tickets below!
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Tickets are expected to sell out fast, so keep your eyes peeled on our website for more news and updates on the Australian Open!
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