2020 Volvo Car Open Tickets On Sale Now
The Volvo Car Open, the largest women’s-only tennis tournament in North America, will celebrate its 48th tournament April 4 – 12, 2020 on Daniel Island in Charleston, South Carolina. The highly anticipated event features the best in women’s professional tennis, bringing more than 100 of the top tennis players in the world to the Lowcountry. The tournament also offers attendees an elevated hospitality experience on-site, including rooftop bars and the best in Lowcountry cuisine.
The 2020 tournament has already secured player commitments from 2019 Volvo Car Open champion Madison Keys, two-time Grand Slam champion Garbiñe Muguruza, US Open semifinalist and top ten player Belinda Bencic and French Open semifinalist and rising American star Amanda Anisimova.
“Last year, we unveiled an updated tournament experience for attendees, complete with enhanced hospitality and new special events. It was one of our most successful tournaments to date and we’re building on that momentum for 2020,” said Bob Moran, Volvo Car Open Tournament Director. “We are shaping up to have an outstanding player field competing in April and we want to carry the world-class experience throughout the event. Attendees can expect to see more on-site enhancements at the upcoming tournament, including additional food and beverage experiences and more opportunities for fans to interact with players and Tennis Channel talent. 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.”
When purchasing tickets for the 2020 Volvo Car Open, patrons have the option to choose from individual tickets, ticket packages and Ace Club membership. Ticket prices range from $25 for an individual session to $540 for an all-inclusive weeklong package with complimentary access into a private hospitality suite. The Volvo Car Open also offers packages that include premium seats, ticket savings and membership into the tournament’s Ace Club. A select number of travel packages will be released this fall. For more information on travel packages please email, Justin.Huntman@charlestontennisllc.com.
The Ace Club programming is exclusive for package holders and provides unparalleled amenities and benefits during the tournament, including premium seating, private bag storage, ability to re-sell and transfer tickets, ticket price savings and much more. In addition, members have the option to opt-in for access into the Ace Lounge, a private hospitality location providing first-class amenities like live entertainment, air-conditioning, elevated food and bar options and more.
Attendees can download the tournament’s free app to stay up-to-date on the schedule and order of play, follow their favorite player, view statistics and top stories, participate in trivia to win fun prizes, interact with other attendees and much more. Anyone sitting in the box and terrace levels can also use the Volvo Car Open app to order food and drinks for in-seat delivery.
The nine-day tournament showcases a singles draw of 56 players, a qualifying draw of 32 players and a doubles draw of 16 players. In addition, the event boasts an average attendance of 90,000.
The Volvo Car Open will celebrate its 20th year in Charleston in 2020. The tournament relocated to Charleston from Hilton Head Island, where it was held from 1973 – 2000.
For more information on the tournament and ticket options, visit volvocaropen.com or call 843.856.7900.
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