The semifinals (Friday 9 January) and finals (Saturday 10 January) are completely sold out. The quarter-finals (Thursday 8 January) have tickets for the top stands only still available, however these stands still give spectators a great view of the tennis.
Tickets for the Monday 5, Tuesday 6 and Wednesday 7 January are on sale and provide a good opportunity for spectators to view top ten ranked players such as world No.1 Novak Djokovic, defending champion Rafael Nadal, plus world No.7 Tomas Berdych and world No.10 David Ferrer.
Qualifying for the main draw is held Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 January and is free to the public. In 2014 two qualifiers Dustin Brown and Peter Gojowczyk, both from Germany made it through to the quarter-finals and semifinals respectively.
“The tickets selling so well for the finals day of the Qatar ExxonMobil Open shows that people in Doha and Qatar are aware of the quality of the players such as Djokovic and Nadal and many others who are coming for the tournament. It is great to see the semis and finals sold out, but for those who cannot get tickets for the last two days, come to the early rounds while tickets are still available and see fantastic tennis too,” said Qatar ExxonMobil Open Tournament Director Karim Alami.
A popular day for tennis fans around the world is the Wednesday for full viewing of the second round, where it is common for stars to get tested by their opponents, or even beaten.
The tournament is held at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex with tickets available now at City Center, Landmark, Lagoona, Villaggio, on-site at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex and from www.qatartennis.org.
Play commences on qualifying days at 11am Saturday 3 January and 3.30pm Sunday 4 January. Main draw play starts at 3.30pm on January 5th -8th. Semi-final play starts at 4.30pm and finals play commences at 5.30pm January 10. Gates open 90 minutes before the start of play each day.