2020 Volvo Car Open tickets on sale now


Serving up some tennis

Run, don’t walk to get your tickets for America’s largest women’s-only tennis tournament. Next April marks the 48th Volvo Car Open and you can snag tickets online.

Not only can you watch more than 100 of the top dogs in women’s tennis, you can also experience the entire tournament in luxury. Ticket options range from individual sales to ticket packages like the Ace Club Membership, which includes priority stadium seating as well as admission to the Ace Club Lounge, where you can eat, drink, relax (in the air-conditioning) and mingle with other avid tennis fans.

As always, single-day tickets, box seats, and travel packages for the tournament on April 4-12 are available for purchase.

The upcoming tournament also features a tech-savvy option: the Volvo Car Open App. Be sure to download this before the tournament so you can follow your favorite players, win prizes, and even order food and drinks to be delivered right to your seat.

In a press release the tournament’s director Bob Moran said: “We are also celebrating our 20th year in Charleston in 2020 with special events throughout the week. Every year, we challenge ourselves to take the tournament to the next level and we’re confident that 2020 is going to be our best year yet.”

Talented international tennis stars continue to join the 2020 roster, including the reigning Wimbledon champion, Simona Halep. check out the full list of players online.

Visit the Volvo Car Open website for tickets, schedule, and travel packages.
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