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Australian Open Tennis Tickets

Experience the Grand Slam live with your Australian Open tickets from TicketSmarter. The Australian Open is one of four major Grand Slam tennis tournaments in the world and is the first to be played every year. The other 3 are Wimbledon, US Open, and French Open. The first tournament was held in 1905 and the winner in men’s singles was Rodney Heath. The first women’s singles competition was held in 1922 and the winner for the first 5 years was Esna Boyd.

The Australian Open is played on hard courts at Melbourne Park in Melbourne, Australia. It features indoor playing with retractable roofs in case of rain. The competition features men’s/women’s singles, men’s/women’s doubles, and mixed doubles. Notable modern-day men’s singles winners include Novak Djokavik, Roger Federer, and Andre Agassi. Notable women’s singles winners include Serena Williams, Maria Sharapova, and Victoria Azarenka.

The winners of the tournament get a grand prize, which varies from year to year. In 2020, the winners of the singles competition received AU$4.2 million. The winners of the doubles competition received $720,000 and mixed doubles received $190,000. The women’s singles winner is presented with the Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup and the men’s singles winner is presented with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup. Attend the coveted tournament live with your Australian Open tickets.

Australian Open Ticket Prices

Australian Open ticket prices vary based on seat selection, round, and competitions taking place on a given day. Prices are subject to increase on the day of the event. Those seated closer to the court should expect to pay more than those at the back of the venue. Don’t wait until the last minute to find your seats to the next Australian Open tournament.

How much are Australian Open tickets?

Australian Open ticket prices start around AU$50 or $36USD. For the 2020 Australian Open, tickets ranged from AU$60 to AU$220 or $43USD to $160USD. The Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne Park ranged from around AU$85 to AU$220 or $61USD to $160USD. Margaret Court was around AU$60 to AU$110 or $43USD to $80USD. Use our filtering options to compare prices and get your Australian Open tennis tickets.

Australian Open ticket prices for the current season are starting as low as $174.00 and the more expensive seating options are available at prices ranging up to $3879.00. The average price to attend the upcoming Australian Open is around $691.00. The Australian Open - Session 1 will take place on January 16th, 2023 at 11:00am. This unique and exciting sporting event will take place at Rod Laver Arena at Batman Avenue, Melbourne, VIC. Fans searching on TicketSmarter will find 22 tickets currently available for the event with prices in the range of $174.00 to $511.00.

Australian Open Tournament Dates & Tennis Schedule

The Australian Open is the first Grand Slam tournament to take place every year around January. The tournament duration is a little over 2 weeks. Most of the first week are the qualifying rounds, which leads into the championship rounds starting in the second week. There are 4 rounds followed by quarterfinals and finals.

The Australian Open has the biggest attendance of any Grand Slam tournament. In 2019, there were 796,000 people in attendance over the course of the tournament. In 2020, there were 812,000 people. Use our event calendar to find Australian Open dates.

The Australian Open has 26 events remaining on the schedule. Australian Open - Session 26 will be held at Rod Laver Arena, Batman Avenue, Melbourne, VIC on January 29th, 2023 at TBD. 22 Australian Open - Session 26 tickets are available on TicketSmarter with starting prices currently set at $1255.00 and reaching prices up to $3879.00.

When do Australian Open tickets go on sale?

Australian Open tickets go on sale as soon as the annual Grand Slam tournament is announced. The tournament has the biggest attendance of any Grand Slam tournament. Avoid the lines at the box office and get your Australian Open tournament tickets.

Australian Open Seating Chart

The Australian Open is played every year at Melbourne Park. The venue features a retractable roof designed for indoor play during rain or high heat. The three hardcourts at the park are Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Arena, and Margaret Court Arena. Rod Laver Arena is the main court and has a capacity of 14,820. Melbourne Arena and Margaret Court arena have a capacity of 10,500 and 7,500, respectively.

At Rod Laver Arena, go with sections 4-7 or 13-16 to have views closest to the court. Sections 20-55 on the upper level will bring the greatest savings. Sections 7-10 or 17-20 will give close views of both ends of the court. At Margaret Court Arena, go with sections 4-7 or 13-17 on the lower level to be closest to the court. Sections 20-41 on the upper level have the most inexpensive seats. Compare prices at different sections of the venue with our seating chart.

Fans can find great Australian Open - Session 26 tickets by browsing each section of the Rod Laver Arena seating chart.

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Australian Open Upcoming Events

01/16/2023 - 01/29/2023
Melbourne, VIC