Tickets for the AnyTech365 Andalucía Open, which runs from 27 March to 11 April at the Puente Romano Tennis Club in Marbella, are now on sale to the general public.
The first few days of the ATP Challenger 80 tournament will be played behind closed doors but entry for spectators will be permitted from Thursday 1 April for the elite ATP 250 stage of the tournament.
Pandemic permitting, spectators will be allowed in the stands for every day of competition in the ATP 250, with the capacity limited to the amount recommended by the authorities at the time of the event.
In the event of a reduction in seating capacity, the order of purchase will be respected.
Tickets are available from 15 euros and can be purchased from the official website (www.andaluciaopen.com). As well as tickets for individual days, tickets for every day of the tournament and VIP specials are also available.
According to the tournament organisers, they will operate a ‘fair refund policy’ for those people who, due to mobility restrictions during the event, are unable to use the tickets they have purchased.
Among those confirmed to be participating is Italian Jannik Sinner.
At just 19 years of age, he is the defending champion of the Next Gen ATP Finals, is currently 32nd in the ATP rankings (the highest of his career) and he has just come off the back of victory in the Great Ocean Road Open, an ATP 250 tournament in Melbourne prior to the Australian Open.
The full list of participants will be published in a few days.