All 1,000 tickets for Djokovic's Adria Tour exhibition sell in minutes

All 1,000 tickets for Djokovic's Adria Tour exhibition sell in minutes

Organizers announced that they would release another 1,000 tickets for the two days and follow "recommended measures of safety and appropriate social distance of at least one meter between spectators."

All 1,000 tickets for Novak Djokovic's exhibition event in Belgrade next week were sold in seven minutes, according to organizers.

The field for the first stop of the Adria Tour includes Djokovic, Dominic Thiem, Grigor Dimitrov, Marin Cilic, Borna Coric and Alexander Zverev.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

First 1.000 tickets for the charity sports event "Adria Tour" have been sold out in seven record minutes! ⠀ According to the company Ticket Vision, which was officially selling the tickets on their website and at box offices, the public interest for the tournament, which will be held in Belgrade from June 12th to 14th, was incredible. ⠀ For all those who did not manage to get the tickets, we have good news – we have decided to release another 1,000 tickets on Friday, while respecting the recommended measures of safety and appropriate social distance of at least one meter between spectators. ⠀ *** ⠀ Prvih 1.000 ulaznica za humanitarni sportski događaj "Adria Tour", koliko je danas pušteno u prodaju, rasprodatо je za rekordnih sedam minuta! ⠀ Prema podacima kompanije Ticket Vision, na čijem sajtu i blagajnama su se mogle nabaviti karte, interesovanje za turnir u Beogradu od 12. do 14. juna je bilo nezapamćeno. ⠀ Za sve one koji nisu uspeli da dođu do željenih karata imamo lepu vest – u petak puštamo u prodaju još 1.000 ulaznica, naravno uz poštovanje mera bezbednosti i preporuka o udaljenosti od minimum jednog metra između gledalaca. ⠀

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Organizers also announced that they would release another 1,000 tickets for the two days and follow "recommended measures of safety and appropriate social distance of at least one meter between spectators."

Ticket prices were kept low to ensure affordability for fans.

There are plans to have 4,500 fans in Croatia the following week, according to local press quoting Djokovic's coach, Goran Ivanisevic, who is helping organize the event.

There are also stops scheduled in Montenegro and Bosnia, though facilities are still to be confirmed. 

The ATP and WTA's usual rules around exhibition events are on hold during the suspension of tour competition.