Odlum Brown VanOpen Tickets Now on Sale!
May 16, 2017
15th edition of the Pacific Northwest’s largest and most celebrated tennis tournament returns this summer
Vancouver, BC – Organizers announced today that tickets to the 2017 Odlum Brown VanOpen are now on sale.
Starting today, fans can secure their place at Western Canada’s biggest tennis tournament from August 12 – 20 at the Hollyburn Country Club in West Vancouver, featuring 140 established and rising professional tennis stars from all over the world, at www.vanopen.com. 2017 marks the return of the Odlum Brown VanOpen after a one year hiatus.
The Odlum Brown VanOpen has a combined purse of $200,000 USD, with $100,000 awarded to the men, who are playing on the ATP Challenger Tour, and $100,000 awarded to the women, who are playing on the ITF Pro Circuit.
“Seeing Grand Slam players like Maria Sharapova, Marcos Baghdatis, Vasek Pospisil, Johanna Konta, and many more here in Vancouver at the Odlum Brown VanOpen has created wonderful memories for so many people,” said Tournament Chair Carlota Lee. “We’re excited for tickets to be available to this year’s tournament, everyone we talk to can’t wait to see world class tennis return this August!”
Early bird ticket prices are in effect until Friday, July 7th. Fans are encouraged to get tickets early as demand is expected to be high, especially for the championship weekend from Friday, August 18th through Sunday, August 20th.
Admission for the qualifying rounds on Saturday, August 12th and Sunday, August 13th is free.
Odlum Brown VanOpen: Brian Wiebe (email@example.com – 604-916-8448)
About the Odlum Brown VanOpen:
The Odlum Brown VanOpen is Western Canada’s largest and most celebrated tennis event. It offers an equal balance of $200,000 US in prize money for men and women, and provides players the opportunity to gain valuable world-ranking points on both the ATP and WTA Tours. It annually also attracts 140 international and professional players from over 45 countries. Eugenie Bouchard, Milos Raonic, Maria Sharapova, Johanna Konta, Andy Murray, Marion Bartoli, Vasek Pospisil, and Karolina Pliskova are among today’s top stars who began their careers at the Odlum Brown VanOpen.