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Valencia Open ATP World Tour, enjoy tennis with the cheap way
Publishing date 15/10/2015
Valencia focuses again the eyes of tennis fans from all around the world in a unique setting such as the city of Arts and Sciences. Despite the difficulties encountered this year, and thanks to the large number of national and international players, fans will enjoy a great tournament with great players, eight of the World Top 30, ensuring top-level tennis with ticket prices for all budgets.
One more year, much of the Spanis 'Armada' Team will not be missing the Valenciachampionship. The Spanish team is leaded by David Ferrer, winner of 4 ATP titles this season. The tennis player from Alicante won the championship of the tournament on three occasions (2008, 2010, 2012) and was finalist in two more (2005, 2013), considering the six editions disputed on clay at the Club de Tenis Valencia between 2003 and 2008 and the other six on fast track held in the city of Arts and Sciences from 2009 to today. Feliciano Lopez will be another major reference. Located at number 16 of the World Top ranking, he has won four titles and this year was finalist in Quito and Kuala Lumpur and fourth in three Masters 1000: Indian Wells, Cincinnati and US Open. The presence of Tommy Robredo, who after last year's historic final against Murray, will try to win the title one more time, is also remarkable. Among of our most famous players who are also attending, we find Fernando Verdasco, Roberto Bautista and Guillermo Garcia-Lopez. In addition to the Spanish players, the tournament counts on a long list of high-level international players. Bernard Tomic (20th in the world rankings) will star in his second participation in the Valencia Open after 2013. Behind him, a list of foreign players must be added: Jeremy Chardy, Fabio Fognini, Nick Kyrgios, Benoit Paire, Sam Querrey and Martin Klizan, along with other big names on the international scene.
As usual, the objective of the Valencia Open ATP World Tour, is that fans can enjoy tennis with the least possible economic barriers. Therefore, one more year, the Fun Park, as well as the leisure and catering tournament, can be freely accessed, and entry tickets will be required only for accessing the two tennis courts. What are you waiting for, go and get your tickets!