Brasil Open Tickets
Details of Brasil Open and the Ticket Luck value
One of the most prestigious tennis tournaments on the ATP World Tour 250 series is now just around the corner. The Brasil Open will once again feature some of the best players in the world competing against each other to win the coveted title. Defending champion, the Spanish sensation Rafael Nadal will once again start as favorite but there will be some talented contenders he will have to face. If you are into tennis then this is your chance to book Brasil Open tickets and catch some of the biggest names in the sport live up close and personal.
The Brasil Open dates back to the year 2001 but seeds for the tournament were planted for it in 1991 when the ATP set up a new tournament to be held in Sao Paulo. It was to replace another ATP tournament that was named, the Banespa Open. The new tournament didn't last for more than four seasons and 1993 turned out to be its last edition.
The Brasil Open made its way to the Brazilian shores in 2001. It was held in Costa do Sauipe. The inaugural edition was won by Jan Vacek who beat the local favorite Fernando Meligeni in three sets. Luck changed for Brazil in the next edition when Gustavo Kuerten beat Argentina's Guillermo Coria in an epic three set battle.
The Brasil Open has gone from strength to strength ever since. More and more people have turned up to be a part of this epic tennis event. After eleven years at the same venue, the tournament management decided to re-locate it. Sao Paulo got the nod and the Brasil Open made its way to the famous city. Since Sao Paulo has damp weather, the tournament was moved indoors whereas it had always been played outdoors before that.
The Brasil Open has attracted players like Jan Vacek, Gustavo Kuerten, Juan Carlos Ferrero, Carlos Moya, Tommy Robredo, Nicolas Almagro, David Nalbandian and of course Rafael Nadal over the years. These are some of the most famous names in tennis. It is now played on clay and this year's edition is expected to feature the likes of Rafael Nadal, Tommy Haas, Nicolas Almagro, Juan Monaco, Marcel Granollers, Robin Hasse, Santiago Giraldo, Horacio Zeballos and Pablo Cuevas.
Last year's final saw Nadal beat Nalbandian in straight sets 6-2, 6-3. He will be looking to repeat the feat this time around as well but it will not be easy. It never is easy at the Brasil Open. Every player has to bring his A-game to the table because the margin of error is very little. There will be a lot at stake and the excitement has already started to build up with the tournament not too far away now. So if you want to be a part of it then grab your Brasil Open tickets and watch all the action live from the stands.