Australian Open
The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam of the year. This great tournament, which takes place annually in Melbourne, Australia, marks the kick-off of the big slams that will take place throughout the year. The tournament brings together the best players in the world at Melbourne Park for paddling on hard court. The prize amounts to 40 million Australian dollars, and like any other big slam the winner receives 200 points in the ATP rankings. 
The tennis complex in Melbourne has three main courts, the Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena and Margaret Court Arena newly renovated equipped with retractable roofs. The Australian Open is played with a format of direct elimination and matches are played best of 5 sets. 
Roger Federer won his sixth title on 2018 and Novak Djokovic his seventh in 2019. Who´ll win next year? 
CAT 1 Lower Level seating:
  • Lower level, shaded and cushioned seats behind the server in sections 10-16 in rows C-T.
  • Official Australian Open Tournament Program – one per seat, per session
  • Access to exclusive facilities, outlets, bars and hospitality information desk service
CAT 2 Lower Level seating:
  • Lower Level seats located along the sides
  • Excellent views of the action and for the night sessions are an excellent option
Ticket prices
2,019 prices below for reference only. For the latest prices visit our Members Club
Match Date Corporate CAT 1 Corporate CAT 2 Upper Level CAT 3
Men’s & Women’s Quarterfinals Wed 23 January $ 1,019 $ 705 On request
Women’s Semifinals Thu 24 January $ 469 $ 391  On request
One Men’s Semifinal, Exhibition match Thu 24 January $ 1,725 $ 1,176 $ 824
Mixed Doubles Semifinal, Women’s Doubles Final, One Men’s Semifinal Fri 25 January $ 1,725 $ 1,176 $ 824
Women’s Singles Final, Men’s Doubles Final Sat 26 January $ 1,097 $ 705 $ 667
Mixed Doubles Final, Men’s Singles Final Sun 27 January $ 4,708 $ 3,533 $ 1,568