FAQs | Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell


How and where can I purchase tickets?

You can purchase your daily tickets and event passes online on www.barcelonaopenbancsabadell.com (ticket section) or calling the ticket hotline: (+34) 93 293 48 05.

Can I print my tickets at home?

Yes. After you purchased your ticket online you can print it at home.

How many matches can I watch with my daily ticket?

Your ticket serves for the whole day, meaning you can watch every match that day, morning and evening sessions, no matter if on the Center Court or Court No. 1. Please keep your ticket if you leave the tournament area.

How do I get to the Real Club Tenis Barcelona?

The club is located close to downtown Barcelona, above Diagonal Street. The exact address is Bosch i Gimpera 5. (For more info see next point).

The tournament organization strongly recommends the use of public transport to get to the Real Club de Tenis Barcelona.

Metro: Line L3 / Green Line, Metro stop María Cristina
Tranvía: Stop Pius XII.
Bus: Lines 64, 22, 75 until Pedralbes.
Lines 63, 78 until c/Bosch i Gimpera.
Lines V3, 130 until JV Foix – Cardenal Vives i Tutó.
Line 34 until Pg Manel Girona - Eduardo Conde
Line H6 until Plaça de Pius XII
Train: Line L6, Reina Elisenda station.

Do you provide snacks and a restaurant at the club?

Yes. Ticket holders can buy snacks and drinks or go for lunch at the Tie-Break-Bar.

Do children have to pay for tickets?

Regardless of age, nobody is allowed to access the Center Court without a valid ticket or event pass. However, kids under five who are accompanied by an adult are allowed to enter the tournament facilities, including Courts 1, 2 and 3, for free.

Do I get a refund if it rains?

Tennis is very sensitive to weather conditions such as strong wind and rain. If it rains, the umpires will decide if the match will be continued or suspended. The priority of the ATP is to conclude the matches. If a match has to be suspended, it will be played on the following day, but the tickets of the previous day are not valid anymore. If no match is played for at least 60 minutes on one of the courts, tournament organizers will return the full amount of the ticket and the proportional amount of the event pass. 

If the final must be held on Monday due to suspension, tickets of the previous day are valid and cannot be returned or exchanged. 

Which is the sunny side of the Center Court?

Stand A

On which side is the umpire chair located?

Stand C

Can I watch the tournament on TV?

Spanish host Television Española will produce the signal to broadcast the tournament worldwide. In Spain, the event will be screened on TVE and Teledeporte, and in Catalonia, on TV3.