Tickets on sale for World Tennis League in Dubai

Tickets are now on sale for what is billed as 'the greatest show on court!', featuring world-class tennis and incredible music at Dubai's Coca-Cola Arena.

Fans can book their spot online for the first ever World Tennis League, which runs from December 19-24, will feature incredible tennis matchups with players including Novak Djokovic, Nick Kyrgios and Iga Świątek.

Alongside the action on court, ticket holders can also enjoy post-match concerts from six award-winning acts; Tiësto, deadmau5, Wizkid, Armin van Buuren, Mohamed Ramadan and Ne-Yo.

The World Tennis League combines the top professional tennis players from around the world in an engaging team-driven format.

Eighteen players have been placed into four teams and will compete in a round-robin format, featuring a men’s singles, a women’s singles and a mixed doubles. Matches will consist of two sets, with a tiebreaker played if necessary.

The four teams who will compete for the title are:

The Falcons: Novak Djokovic, Grigor Dimitrov, Aryna Sabalenka & Paula Badosa

The Hawks: Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem, Elena Rybakina & Annett Kontaveit

The Kites: Felix Auger Aliassime, Gael Monfils, Iga Swiatek, Sania Mirza & Eugenie Bouchard

The Eagles: Nick Kyrgios, Rohan Bopanna, Caroline Garcia, Bianca Andreescu & Andreas Seppi

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