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Singapore Tennis Open Semi-finals And Finals Tickets To Go On Sale Today

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24 February 2021, Singapore – Ticket sales for Singapore Tennis Open Semi-finals and Finals matches on 27 and 28 February will open from 6.00pm today. Available for purchase from SISTIC, tickets are priced at S$61 each and will allow fans to watch all matches of the selected day. In accordance to the tournament’s prevailing Safe Management Measures, venue capacity will be capped at a maximum of 250 spectators. 

“Singapore Tennis Open has served a promising start and we received tremendous support from the tennis fraternity and local partners. We are pleased to release limited seats to the Finals Weekend of the tournament. The safety of all event participants continues to be our top priority and we are committed to bringing live action of the world-class sporting event in a safe and secure environment with robust Safe Management Measures”. said Mr. Lim Teck Yin, Chairman of Singapore Tennis Open Organising Committee and CEO of Sport Singapore.

SAFE MANAGEMENT MEASURES FOR SPECTATORS
Before entering the arena, all spectators will have to undergo mandatory pre-event Antigen Rapid Test (ART) at the Sports Hub Visitor Centre at OCBC Square. Spectators should only be above 6 years old.  The cost of the test is included in the ticket price.

Upon receiving a negative ART result, which may take about 30 minutes, spectators may proceed to the arena entrance for temperature checks and SafeEntry check-in using TraceTogether. Spectators are required to observe the safety measures, such as wearing mask at all times. Spectators will not be allowed to change seats and intermingle between different groups.

TICKETING DETAILS
There is a limited capacity of 250 spectators to catch the live action of the Singapore Tennis Open at the OCBC Arena. With the safe seating plan in place, fans may purchase a maximum of four tickets. A purchaser will only be permitted to choose either Saturday’s or Sunday’s session. Spectators are reminded that no outside food and drinks are allowed within the venue. A bottle of water will be provided.

WATCH SINGAPORE TENNIS OPEN ONLINE
Fans can continue to tune in to the live coverage of the Singapore Tennis Open on meWATCH. On 28 February, fans may also catch the Singapore Tennis Open Finals on Mediacorp Channel 5. Alternatively, they can watch the matches at Hub.Tennis, and beIN Sports.

 

For the latest news and action On the Singapore Tennis open, visit hub.tennis.