Trophy sales are on the rise, as tennis stars celebrate the arrival of the 2017-18 season.
With Wimbledon in the middle of a major, and the men’s and women’s championships in the final stretch of the season, the tennis world is getting a little tired of waiting.
This year’s first three matches are expected to sell out, and sales of the men and women singles tournaments are expected be in the millions.
In fact, there’s a chance the next three years could see a record number of tournaments and matches sold.
“It’s an exciting time for the sport,” said Steve Gorman, CEO of The Tennis Factory, the Australian arm of the sport’s biggest brand, Gorman Enterprises.
“The fact that the men, women and doubles have all come together, the women have been at this for 20 years, and they’ve finally come together for the final is fantastic.”
A tournament in the lead up to the women’s Grand Slam will be the biggest ever.
And as a first in the modern era, the ATP Tour Finals have a lot of hype.
The ATP has made it compulsory for teams to buy their way into the ATP Grand Slams, so that they can compete in a tournament in early April before the first round begins.
The tour has already sold out the women and men’s singles tournaments, and there are already plans for the men to sell tickets to the men in their next matches.
But while the women are playing their first tournament in a decade, the men are taking the tournament to a new level.
The women’s tournament has already attracted a record 3.7 million fans, according to Gorman.
That’s well over the 3 million that have attended the men at Wimbledon.
The average age of fans for the ATP’s top-ranked men’s doubles tournament, the Davis Cup, is just 21 years old, according the ATP.
That number has only risen since the ATP began requiring teams to purchase tickets before the start of the women, but there is no guarantee it will remain this high.
“We’ve had some pretty good crowds,” said Andy Murray, who won the Davis in 2018.
“But it’s definitely not the record crowd we’d have expected for the Davis.”
Murray said the Davis has been a big draw.
“In a couple of years’ time, it’ll be huge,” he said.
Murray is confident he will be able sell out the men for the next four years. “
For us, the way we look at the Davis is it’s an important event in the tennis calendar, and to be able to sell that in the Davis, I think it’s going to be a big success.”
Murray is confident he will be able sell out the men for the next four years.
The men’s tour is a huge draw, with about 30,000 tickets sold each week, according Gorman’s figures.
The Davis Cup is a different story, with just 18,000 fans attending each week.
The tennis world has been waiting for a return to the Davis since the first-round doubles match between Murray and Andy Murray in 2017, and Gorman has been in talks with Davis organisers since last year.
“I think it would be a fantastic match-up, especially if we had Andy Murray,” Gorman said.
In 2017, the two-time Davis champion and the world No.2 went into the event with a good record.
Murray won the men by a single set.
“With the Davis coming up, it’s not just about the Davis,” Grolins said.
It’s about the ATP, which has been doing a fantastic job with the men.
“They’ve done a great job with their calendar and the Davis Tour.
I think that is something that’s been really successful and I think the ATP are going to do well to do a great match-in-the-middle event in 2022.”
The ATP have said they will look at how to make it happen.
“Andy has done a fantastic year,” Murray said.
But there’s still work to be done.
There’s still time for fans to get their tickets and buy their tickets, and it’s only the start.
“There’s still some work to do to get people on the court and get them to get into the stands,” Murray continued.
The Davis tournament will take place from April 18-21 in Adelaide. “
When you have a big tournament like this, you want people to buy tickets, not just fans.”
The Davis tournament will take place from April 18-21 in Adelaide.
Tickets are on sale to the general public for $200.
The first- and second-round matches are on at 10.00am AEST and 12.00pm AEST.
Tickets can also be bought through Ticketek.com or the ATP website.