Tickets already on sale
The ticket sales campaign of the 68th edition of the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell has already begun. The tickets to watch the tournament, which will be held in 2020 between April 18 and 26, can be purchased through the official website of the tournament, www.barcelonaopenbancsabadell.
The capacity of the Rafa Nadal court is 8,042 seats and the ticket categories are three: background stand, side stand and high stand. Fans can also book tickets for the entire tournament.
As a novelty this year, two selected areas have been enabled for those who want to enjoy an unforgettable experience on the Rafa Nadal court of the Real Club Tenis Barcelona (RCTB). On the one hand, the Premium Seat, seats located in the first row of each platform just above the boxes, and on the other, the VIP Clay Prestige, an adaptation of the Zero Row on the very court, in front of the player´s bench and umpire´s chair. These exclusive seats are not available as season tickets and will not be an option for the qualifying draw.
In addition to the online sale, fans will be able to purchase their last-minute tickets through the classic sales channel, the ticket offices, which will be located the days before the competition next to the main entrance of the tournament, on Bosch i Gimpera street, 5-13.
The Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell, which has had a new sports director, David Ferrer, for a few weeks now, is one of the main tennis events of the season and, without a doubt, one of the great appointments of the clay tennis calendar. It belongs to the ATP 500 class and in the past several top-10 players have competed.
The legendary Barcelona tournament, the one with the most tradition among those in Spain, will once again have the best players in the world on clay in 2020. Over the years, the event has become a point of reference for international tennis on this surface.
The organization of the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell offers fans the possibility of donating one euro at the time of the purchase of tickets that this time will go to solidarity projects promoted by the RCTB Foundation. Donors subsequently enter a raffle to win a very exciting prize: two season tickets to witness the entire competition of the following year.