Tickets on sale for Mubadala World Tennis Championships

Event brought forward a week to coincide with festive holiday break
Tickets on sale for Mubadala World Tennis Championships
Novok Djokovic won last year's event in Abu Dhabi.
By Gavin Gibbon
Mon 08 Jul 2019 10:11 AM

Tennis fans may currently be enjoying strawberries and cream and savouring the thrills and spills of Wimbledon, but thoughts are already turning to the Mubadala World Tennis Championship at the end of the year.

The event, which sees six of the world’s leading male tennis stars and two top-ranked female players take to the court in Abu Dhabi for three days of world-class action, has been brought forward by a week from its traditional spot on the calendar, and will run from 19-21 December at the International Tennis Centre, at Zayed Sports City.

“Over the years this championship has proven to be the people’s favourite event on the Abu Dhabi calendar, so I encourage tennis fans worldwide, and anyone planning a festive holiday in Abu Dhabi this December, to get in quick to secure their tickets,” said John Lickrish, CEO, Flash Entertainment.

Tickets, starting from AED100 for adults, are now available online from and Virgin Megastores across the UAE, with kids going free on Day 1 for the second year running. 3-day packages are also available, securing seats to all the action at a 20 percent discount.

In addition to nine top-class tennis matches, ticketholders for the Mubadala World Tennis Championship 2019 will have an opportunity to enjoy tennis clinics, autograph and question-and-answer sessions with the players and get involved in interactive competitions. Tournament hospitality offers food and beverage, while a range of F&B in the Tennis Village caters to all tastes.

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