Australian Open 2020
The first of four major Grand Slam tennis events is upon us! So, of course, you're already thinking about AU Open 2020 tickets. Whatever your preference singles, doubles or both with day passes and thrilling latter stage match tickets, StubHub is providing multiple opportunities to witness all of the action live< at every stage of the competition. Fresh from the winter break, the AU Open Tennis Tournament simply never fails to provide the perfect curtain-raiser to a new tennis season and the electric atmosphere brings tennis fans back from around the globe. Split between the Margaret Court Arena, Hisense Arena and the Rod Laver arena, Melbourne is also a city that simply loves tennis. With an attendance rate second only to the US Open, you'd better grab your Australian Open packages quickly. StubHub also offers a safe a secure platform in which those unable to attend can sell their tickets swiftly.
Australian Open 2020 - What to expect
What better way to start a new year than with one of the world’s biggest sporting events in Australia's vibrant city of Melbourne! Thanks to the excitement of last year’s final the 2020 AO Tennis tournament is bound to spark both interest and excitement! The 2019 tournament was an overwhelming success, with attendance levels once again breaking records and topping last year's numbers! Novak Djokovic won a record seventh Australian Tennis title and a third successive Grand Slam as he swept aside Rafael Nadal in Melbourne. Will the 2019 edition of this fantastic tennis competition spring some more surprises or will champion Djokovic once again win his favourite major? Only time will tell, as tennis fans from around the globe wait in anticipation of this in demand event. Secure you're hostpitality packages now to enjoy a unique AO 2020 experience!
Australian Open women's matches
After an epic 2019 finals showdown, you won't want to miss the chance to witness the 2020 Australian Open battle to the Women's Finals live in Melbourne. In the 2019 Open, Naomi Osaka defeated Petra Kvitová 7–6, 5–7, 6–4 in the final to win the Women's Singles tennis title at the 2019 AU Open. By winning the tournament, Osaka took over the WTA no. 1 singles ranking from Simona Halep and also became the first player since Jennifer Capriati to win their first two consecutive Grand Slam titles. The Australian Open is one of the four major tournaments on the tennis calendar (French Open, Wimbledon and US Open) and it is responsible for setting the tour off with a bang! This year is set to be one of the most interesting in recent years so don’t wait around! Get your AO Finals hospitality package now (Hospitality Packages are a combination of a ticket for the AU Open AND a uniquely crafted hospitality experience) now at StubHub and enjoy the live action of Australian Open tennis 2020!