Delray Beach Open series tickets on sale now
Jul 09, 2023
With Wimbledon creating so much excitement in the tennis world, Floridians are aching to watch some pro tennis locally. Be sure to get a head start before all the diehard tennis fans get in on the action — series tickets for the 2024 Delray Beach Open just went on sale this past week.
Already, Veranda series tickets have sold out. But a variety of other series packages are still available including courtside box seats, on-court “Best Seats in the House” and reserved seats. Weeklong series packages start at $750 and include parking and exclusive amenities, making them one of the best deals for local events.
To make it easier for fans who want to become weeklong series ticket holders, packages can be secured for a $100 deposit. In addition, tickets can be shared with clients and family throughout the week.
Above: A look back at the Delray Beach Open earlier this year
The 10-day combined event will begin with an ATP Champions Tour event opening weekend February 9th - 11th featuring a field of the game’s legends. Singles and doubles main draw action for the ATP 250 event starts Monday, February 12th and concludes with the ATP 250 finals on Sunday, February 18th.
Reigning champion Taylor Fritz surged to No. 5 in the world after his Delray Beach win earlier this year. "The event was amazing," said Fritz. "The fans especially, the turnout was incredible and it makes me really proud to be an American playing at a home event, with how many people were in the stands."
Above: Reigning champion Taylor Fritz at the Delray Beach Open
The Delray Beach Open has evolved to become a destination for the game’s elite to raise the trophy. Previous champions include stars like Frances Tiafoe, Cameron Norrie, Kei Nishikori, Juan Martin del Potro, Marin Cilic, Kevin Anderson, and Sam Querrey.
Other competitors over the previous 31 years have included tennis icons like Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick, Lleyton Hewitt, Tommy Haas, Patrick Rafter, Jim Courier, Michael Chang, the Bryan Brothers, Ivan Lendl, Mats Wilander, and Jimmy Connors.
The Delray Beach stop on the global ATP Tour annually plays in front of over 60,000 fans in addition to reaching television audiences in more than 100 countries over the course of 10 days. Visit Yellowtennisball.com, call 561-330-6000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more ticket information.
Photos: Ben Shelton (top photo and first in photo gallery); Mackenzie McDonald (next photo); Tommy Paul (following two photos); and reigning champion Taylor Fritz (final two photos) at the Delray Beach Open