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On Friday, 24th of June 2022, the third and penultimate pool of tickets for the biggest tennis tournament in Poland started. The previous pool of 3000 tickets has sold out in only 15 minutes. The BNP Paribas Poland Open 2022 tournament will begin on the 25th of July 2022. The tickets can be purchased on the ebilet.pl and bilety.legia.pl websites.

The sale of the third pool of the tickets started today at noon on the ebilet.pl website. In the pool, there are passes for all the days of the tournament in two price categories. In the second category, the prices start at 80 PLN and end at 250 PLN. In the first category, the tickets can be purchased for prices from 110 PLN for the first round and 300 PLN for the final round. The categories differ from each other in the arrangement of the seats in the stalls. The sale of the last pool of tickets will begin in July. 

Buying a ticket guarantees the possibility of entering the courts all day and watching the matches played on a given day. The ticket allows you to enter the main court and the side courts. At the entrance, it will be exchanged for a wristband that allows you to enter and leave the courts without any limit.

The tickets from the Silver and Gold pool can still be purchased. The sale of the Premium Packages is run on the https: bilety.legia.pl and ebilet.pl websites.

For more information, please visit https://bnpparibaswarsawopen.pl/ website. 

The phases of the tournament:

The first and second phases of the single tournament will take place between the 25th and 28th of July. 24 matches are scheduled to be played. On Friday 29th July single quarter-finals are planned (4 matches) and on Saturday 30th July two semi-finals. On Sunday 31st July two final matches (single and double) will be played on the main court at 12.00 and 15.00.

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The BNP Paribas Poland Open tournament will take place between 25 and 31 of July 2022 on the Warsaw courts of #LegiaTenis&Golf on the street Myśliwieca 4A. WTA250 organised in Poland is one of the 30 tournaments of this rank played worldwide during the year. Poland has found itself in the most honourable circle and thereby has come back on the tennis world map.