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Trofeo Conde de Gogo, also known as the Barcelona Open, is annual tennis tournament, primarily for male professional players. Held annually in Spain for more than six decades, the tournament is renowned for being played on clay courts, at the Real Club de Tennis Barcelona. Although every match of the tournament is interesting and unpredictable, the appeal of the game increases by the semi finals and finals. Since the Trofeo Conde de Godo - Semifinales tickets are already available for sale, you should hurry up to get yours if you do not want to miss live action.
The event first started as a part of the Grand Prix Tennis circuit, but now it has become a part of the 500 Series on the Association of Tennis Professionals' World Tour. After the Madrid Open, Barcelona Open is the most important tournament of the ATP tours. Generally, the game takes place by the end of April each year, with temperatures about 18 degrees high. Regardless of the temperature, thousands of attendees come to Barcelona to watch action packed games of tennis by some of the most skilful tennis players of the world.
This year, the historic Barcelona Open tournament will celebrate its 62nd anniversary. Being one of the most important events on the Barcelona social calendar, thousands of Spaniards attend the tournament each year. Past eleven events have been won by the Spaniards as well, with Nadal bagging a record eight trophies in last nine years. For the upcoming season, the Barcelona Open has ensured the participation of the infamous Spanish players, David Ferrer and Rafael Nadal. Other attractions for the tournament also include the participation by French player Richard Gasquet as well as Japanese champion Kei Nishikori.
The tournament is held at the 'Real Club de Tennis Barcelona 1899'. In 1953, the club relocated to its current location in the northwest part of the city. It is one of the oldest private clubs situated in Barcelona, with a seating capacity of 7000 a show court with capacity of 2000. Now with the centre court rebuilt into 'talisman track', the capacity has further increased to about 8,400.
Previously known as the Lawn-Tennis Club Barcelona, the venue has served host to several important games and tournaments. The most important one is Open Godo, which was a part of the ATP World Tours. The club has also played host to several Davis Cup ties, including the 1965 Inter-Zonal final of the Spanish team. Trofeo Conde de Godo – Semifinales tickets are now available for you to join the all tennis fans' gathering in Barcelona.