Sydney International is a world-class tennis competition held at the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre in January each year.
With plenty of seeded stars as well as young up and comers, you will be able to enjoy some of the best tennis as well as live entertainment all throughout the tournament.
The Sydney International started as a tennis tournament back in 1885 in what was then known as the New South Wales Open. Today, the tournament attracts hundreds of thousands of spectators each year and is one of Sydney’s largest sporting events over the summer.
There are three types of tickets that can be purchased to the Sydney International:
- Day sessions – general admission seating. No assigned seating inside Ken Rosewall Arena and patrons can move around as they wish
- Night sessions – assigned seating inside Ken Rosewall Arena.
- Platinum seats – Allow patronns to reserve a premium seat in Ken Rosewall Arena for any day or night session. These seats are in one of the shaded boxes.
Sydney International 2018 tickets will be on sale to the general public in early October. As this is an elimination event, it is not possible to book a ticket to see a particular player, as the schedule for the next day can only be announced on the night prior.
You can get to Sydney Olympic Park by train. The Sydney International offers visitors arriving by train a courtesy bus from the station down Olympic Boulevard to the Tennis Centre. If you are driving to the tournament, the closest parking to the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre is P3. It is located within the Sydney Olympic Park precinct and parking can be pre-booked.