Premium hospitality packages available now
With Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal today announced as the first two players for the highly anticipated third edition of the Laver Cup, to be held in Geneva, Switzerland from 20-22 September 2019, organisers have launched preliminary access to the event with Premium Hospitality Ticket packages available from today.
Multi-session tickets will go on sale to the general public in early February.
The first phase of the sale began today with the release of three tiers of hospitality packages – Luxury, Business and Leisure – each offering access to a club, lounge or private space in combination with multi-session tickets promising the same seat for all five sessions of the tournament.
Luxury packages include:
The Unrivaled Experience
Guests have the ultimate view from front-row baseline seats just meters from the action. Includes access to the most premium, hospitality areas – the invitation-only Rocket Club and the 200 Club Lounge with direct views of the practice court.
The 200 Club
Offering some of the best seats in the house and access to the unmatched 200 Club where guests will enjoy gourmet cuisine overlooking the practice court.
Enjoy spectacular mid-court views and an exclusive tailored menu from a private 12-seat suite for the ultimate experience.
There are two types of Business packages:
The Legends Club
A hospitality experience inspired by the Laver Cup’s legendary captains, Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe, the Legends Club offers some of the best seats in the house in the first few rows of the baseline or sideline along with premium dining in a sophisticated shared hospitality space.
The Laver Club
Includes a baseline or sideline seat in the lower bowl alongside access to creative cuisine in a contemporary hospitality space.
Finally, Laver Cup is introducing a Leisure package designed to make the hospitality experience accessible to even more fans.
Provides guests with superb viewing from a premium lower bowl seat and access to a vibrant informal shared hospitality experience, featuring an upscale tapas menu and light buffet.
“I’m delighted to confirm to fans around the world that tickets to next year’s Laver Cup in Geneva will go on general sale in early February, and premium hospitality packages are available now,” Steve Zacks, Laver Cup Managing Director said.
“Since the inception of the tournament two years ago we’ve focused on bringing this spectacular event to as many fans around the world as possible. We have a Laver Cup experience to suit everyone, from luxury fine dining in premium hospitality spaces to five session and single session tickets at all price ranges for the most ardent tennis aficionado to the casual fan.”