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Want see world’s top female tennis stars? This is how much it will cost you

Tickets have gone on sale for the prestigious, season-ending WTA Finals to be held at the Complejo Panamericano de Tenis in Guadalajara from November 10 to 17. 

pg6aThe events brings together the top eight female tennis players in the world (as well as doubles’ pairings), based on the World Tennis Association rankings.   

The tickets are available through the Boletomóvil online platform, at https://boletomovil.com. Tickets must be purchased in batches of two to comply with social distancing requirements.

Daytime sessions in the first round of games are scheduled Wednesday, November 10 through Monday, November 15, starting at 2 p.m. Evening sessions on the same dates start at 7:30 p.m.  Each session features one singles and one doubles match.

Individual tickets for first-round daytime sessions cost 590 pesos (general seating), 830 pesos (Preferente), 1,240 pesos (Platino) and 1,680 pesos (VIP). For evening sessions the price goes up slightly, with tickets costing from 680 to 1,750 pesos. Blocks of tickets for the six daytime first-round are available for 3,540-10,080 pesos, and 4,080-10,500 pesos for the evening sessions.

The doubles and singles semi finals will be played Tuesday, November 16, at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. The finals are scheduled Wednesday, November 17, at 5 p.m.

Tickets for the semi-final  and final sessions are being sold in one block, for 4,500, 5,820, 8,220 and 11,700 pesos.

Attending every session of the tournament with an “Abono Diamante” ticket costs 12,120 pesos (general seating), 16,450 (Preferente), 23,060 (Platino) and 32,280 (VIP).

Already classified for the WTA Finals in the singles event are Ashleigh Barty (Australia), Aryna Sabalenka (Belorussia), Barbora Krejcikova (Czech Republic) and Karolina Pliskova (Czech Republic).

GR staff

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