Guide

FAQs

Day sessions on Monday to Thursday of both tournaments are scheduled to commence from midday.

Night sessions on Monday to Thursday of both tournaments are scheduled to commence from 7pm (Night session matches may commence later if Day session matches run later. There will always be a minimum of 30mins between day & night sessions to enable clearing & cleaning of the stadium.)

A Twilight session on both Fridays is scheduled to commence from 3pm.

The ASB Classic Women's week will be held on Monday 1st - Saturday 6th January 2018.
The ASB Classic Men's week will be held Monday 8th - Saturday 13th January 2018.

Day sessions are held from Monday to Thursday of both tournaments

Night sessions are held from Monday to Thursday of both tournaments

A Twilight session is held on both Fridays

One hour before play (please check the schedule for daily start time).

Finals Day is Saturday of both tournaments

Tickets are sold to sessions of the ASB Classic, rather than to watch particular matches or players so it is not possible to purchase tickets in advance for a specific player. As it is an elimination tournament, a schedule for each day cannot be announced until the night prior. You can find the Order of Play on our website. Remember, the schedule and order of play is subject to change at any time.

A Ground Pass gives you full access to Grandstand & Court 2 but not a Centre Court seat. Ground passes are great value at $15 - $20 for all sessions. Please note that there are no matches scheduled on the back courts for the final two days of the tournaments; however all the action can still be watched on the Big Screen amongst the entertainment at The Serve.

Night session stand ticket holders are able to enter the grounds from 6pm. Access to your Centre Court seat or Corporate Box may be delayed if day session play runs late and is still in progress.

There will always be a minimum of 30 minutes between day & night sessions to enable clearing & cleaning of the stadium.

A family pass consists of two adults and two children.
Family passes are only available in the Yock and Tennis Auckland stands.

A restricted view is any area that may have a partial impairment of the court lines due to a pole, or courtside box umbrellas. These seats have been identified by the stadium and you will be told at the time of purchase if you are purchasing a restricted view ticket.

To purchase a designated wheelchair ticket please phone Tennis Auckland on (09) 373 3623.
You can also purchase a caregiver ticket and includes car park and wheelchair access to the arena. Please note there is no wheelchair access to any of the stands.

Tickets are sold through Ticketek on a best available basis. Because of this, we cannot guarantee that the seats you require will be available. If you need to request specific seats, please call Ticketek on 0800 842 538 to speak to an operator who will try their best to help you.

Yes. To obtain further information on corporate seating and packages, please contact coneystanley Events on (09) 361 3641 or visit www.coneystanleyevents.co.nz.

The schedule of matches is posted on the ASB Classic website the night before they occur. The number of matches is determined by the Tournament Referee and is subject to change at any time.

Yes. Re-entry is permitted providing you scan on exit and entry.

Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult

Ticket sales have a Rain Refund policy if less than one hours play in total occurs on the date & session the ticket is valid (according to the official time sheet of the Tournament Referee). See Terms and Conditions for full details and download the Rain Refund Form.

Tickets are on sale through Ticketek online or phone 0800 842 538. Only tickets purchased through Ticketek are valid and will be permitted into the venue. Tickets purchased through other ticket venders may not be valid and entry into the venue may be refused.