Rome International Tennis: Tickets and Schedules, The Tournament Guide

ROME – We are almost there. As of May 9, the Internazionali Bnl d’Italia will be launched, but as of May 2 the fields will be the scene of ‘strong’ matches to access the main draw. It’s the time of year that tennis fans crave the most: the Foro Italico tournament. Many have secured their place in the sun (Monte Mario side or Tiber side) with a season ticket or a single ticket. And for those who decide just now? Here is a guide to buying tickets for the Roman event.

Internazionali di Roma: what time is it played

The first thing to remember is that the daily game schedule includes two sessions, one during the day and one at night. The latter takes place only on the Central Court from 7:00 p.m., while the start of the daytime matches is scheduled for 11:00 a.m.

What are the playing fields of the Foro Italico?

The Center, of course. Then Pietrangeli’s field, the field of statues. Then the Grand Stand Arena with its specific entrance. Finally the so-called Ground, the secondary fields. The Pietrangeli will also be accessible to land ticket holders.

Where do tennis players train in Rome for internationals?

The Foro Italico has 14 pitches. Eight are used for matches (singles and doubles) but the other 6 are for tennis training, a real opportunity to see the athletes in action up close.

How much do they cost and where can you find tickets for the Internazionali di Roma?

With that said, let’s move on to buying tickets. The box office exists (on the mornings of Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 – the days of the semifinals and the final – some thirty tickets will be on sale), but it has been out of date for a long time in the customs of the fans, who can choose the day and the place. , through the Web . What? By connecting to the site (https://ticketing.internazionalibnlditalia.com/) and following the instructions.

How much does a subscription to Tennis Internationals cost?

The subscription to the Tribuna Monte Mario Top, as well as that of the Tevere Top, costs 2067 euros. Then there are the Premium, always on the two opposite sides: 1,853 euros. Thus the stands (we are going up little by little): 1690 euros. With just under 1000 euros there are the International and Distinti Grandstands. But these are the prices for the whole week.

ticket price

They obviously change from day to day as we get closer to the final. The list is really long but let’s try to give you an idea of ​​the expense:

center field: on Sunday, May 8, the cheapest ticket costs 46 euros, up to 160 euros in the Exclusive Suite (you will have the players within reach of autographs). Instead, Sunday 15: from 198 to 894 euros.

Pietrangeli / Soil: it goes from 19 euros on Sunday 8 to 37 on Wednesday 11, the peak day for those courses

Big Stand Stadium: two types of price. On Sunday the 8th it starts at 29 euros and reaches 40. On Friday the 13th (last day of play in this field) tickets for 64 and 85 euros.

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