Antwerp, 20 June 2022 – The countdown has started to the seventh edition of the European Open. From 16 to 23 October, the Lotto Arena in Antwerp will once again be the place to be for top tennis in Belgium. Who will succeed Italian Jannik Sinner?
The European Open wants to welcome national and international top players during its seventh edition. Last year Diego Schwartzman (ATP-16) lost against Italian Jannik Sinner (ATP-13), good for his fifth title.
Once again, the Lotto Arena will be the hotspot for the European Open. There are different ticket categories to choose from depending on the day and seat. The tournament also offers special ticket packages and the Box Experience for real tennis fans. Tickets give access to both tennis courts, Centre Court and Court 1, and the Fan Corner of the Lotto Arena. Ticket prices range from 15 to 160 euros.
Tournament director Dick Norman: “Tennis is a lifestyle. We put extra emphasis on diversity with various activities: the pre-qualification tournament Feest van de Jeugd, our Ladies Day, School Day, Kids Day, clinics for clubs,… We want to appeal to different groups of people and offer a total experience besides tennis. In this way, the cooperation with WW is also a perfect match. A light-hearted quiz is the ideal starting shot for an undoubtedly new, exciting edition of the European Open. The most exclusive ticket category, the Box Experience, was a great success last year and we are repeating it again. During this edition, you can again enjoy matches from this box with the best view of Centre Court. We are convinced that the many hundreds of thousands of tennis fans will be delighted to see top tennis in Belgium again. We are also making extra efforts towards ticketing. Children under 12 get a 30% discount, students get a 10% discount on tickets with their student card (2022-2023) which they show at the entrance of the Lotto Arena and seniors +60 get a 50% discount from Monday to Wednesday. We are once again guaranteeing a strong field of participants, although it is still too early for names. With the European Open we will again strengthen the image of Flanders as a tennis region.”