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Sold tickets for tennis in Sofia – Sports



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Tickets for the ATP 250 series Sofia Open 2019, which will be held from 3 to 10 February in Arena Armeec, are already available on the Eventim network. The fourth edition of the big tennis event in the Bulgarian capital is the strongest and already a serious interest.

For the first 4 race days, tickets at Arena Armeec will be available at the same price and will be the cheapest ticket ever. On February 3 and 4, 10 leva, for children under 14 – 5 leva 5 February tickets 20 leva. On February 5, all children were released for Sofia Children's Day. On February 6, the ticket price BGN 30 and children can benefit from a 50% discount.

Tickets from Thursday to Sunday (7-10 February), including the last battles of Sofia Open 2019, are available at attractive prices in the 3 seats in the hall. Attractive package tickets cost a total of 150 leva, 250 leva and 350 leva for four days. Kids tickets are discounted by 25%. Individual tickets for 7 to 10 February will be offered at a later stage, but the buy-in package will benefit from a special price for four days from Thursday to Sunday in Sofia Open 2019.

Six players from the top 30 and Stan Vavrinka (Switzerland) in the world rankings will participate in the fourth edition of the 250 ATP 250 Sofia Open tennis tournament. The competition will be held between 3 and 10 February 2019 in the Arena Armeec Hall, the strongest in front of the Bulgarian audience.

Stan Wawrinka (Switzerland) He is the most meticulous tennis player who has participated in Sofia throughout the history of the competition. In addition to three Grand Slam tournaments and a total of 16 units from the ATP Tour, Stan lost to 12 in the final. In 2008, he won the tandem race with Olympic gold medalist Roger Federer of the Beijing Games. In 2014, two of them brought home his victory for the Davis Cup.

Karen Khachanov (Russian) won the final Master 1000 in Paris, defeating Novak Djokovic in the final. There are three titles from the ATP Tour in 2018.

Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greek) New generation masters have won for players up to 21 years of age in Milan. During the season he won the title in Stockholm. The 1000 Game and Final of the Masters in Toronto. However, ATP Tour – Novak Djokovic has been the youngest player to win the world's top 10 in the tournament since the inception of the Dominic Team, Alexander Zverev and Kevin Anderson. In the final, Rafael Nadal lost the world number one.

Fernando Verdasco (ESP) There are 15 titles (single and 7 pairs) in the ATP round. He played in 62 consecutive Grand Slam tournaments, the second longest series in history. In 2018, the victory was celebrated as №500.

Gael Monfis (Fr) It is a favorite of the most attractive racers and fans in the world. There are seven titles from the ATP Tour.

Roberto Bautista Agut (ESP) The first winner of the tournament in Sofia. He has eight names in his career and 2 cups in 2018.

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