Tata Open Maharashtra organisers on Tuesday announced the prices for tickets for the inaugural edition of the ATP 250 World Tour event to be held from December 30, 2017 to January 6, 2018.
The tournament started in 1996 and was held in Chennai for the past 21 years. This year, the tournament has been shifted to Pune, Maharashtra. World number six Marin Cilic, US Open 2017 finalist Kevin Anderson and Croatian Ivo Karlovic are among the top names to feature in this year's competition.
Spectators who wish to witness the action at the Mhalunge Balewadi Stadium, Pune will have to pay as little as Rs 150.
Tickets will be available at the Balewadi Sports Complex and on Kyazoonga.com, the tournament's official ticketing partners.
Tata Open Maharashtra tournament director Prashant Sutar said, "All tennis fans across India who wish to witness world-class action first hand can avail the tickets from the box office counter at Balewadi Sports Complex or visit Kyazoonga.com."
"Tata Open Maharashtra is the biggest tennis event in South Asia and participation of fans is a must. Keeping that in mind, we have priced the tickets at as low as Rs. 150 to encourage more footfalls at the venue, Sanjay Khandhare, organising committee Treasurer, said.
"It will also give a fantastic opportunity to aspiring tennis players to witness some of their favourite players at the tournament.
"For anyone who wants to witness some great sporting action, it should be an affordable and good alternative to other entertainment propositions in the city. I hope to see fans turning up in the stadium to cheer the top Indian and foreign players."
With Rs 150, spectators can grab a seat in A and E stands while G stand is priced at Rs 245. F stand will come at Rs 500. Season tickets will attract a 30% discount on the price for each category.