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Sunday Session at the ASB Classic

Sunday Session at the ASB Classic

Due to the inclement weather earlier in the week, a session will now be held on Sunday the 7th of January. Should matches be completed as per the schedule today, the doubles and singles final will be held on Sunday from 12pm.

Tickets will be available from 2pm today from Ticketek with gates opening at 11am to enable fans to watch the final round of men’s qualifying on the outside courts also.

Thursday and Friday ticket holders whose sessions were abandoned due to rain will have a window of four hours to purchase new tickets for the Sunday session for the scheduled Women’s doubles and singles finals. Ticket sales to the public will be opened at 2pm today. Thursday and Friday ticket holders should check their email inbox for pre-sale details. Tickets are on a first in first served basis and strictly limited.

This change has also meant the cancelation of the Sunday Sweet Spot, a live music concert that was originally scheduled for tomorrow afternoon. The refund policy for the Sunday Sweet Spot will be enacted.

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