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Tie Break Tens Tickets
Year Championship Established: 2015
Trophy: Jeff Koon-designed balloon dog
Event Affiliations: Fila, Wilson, Voss, Coin Schedule, Money Corp
Tie Break Tens TicketsSince December 2015, the short tennis format Tie Break Tens has pitted some of the biggest names in tennis against each other. The competitions move quickly although a day’s worth of matches typically takes three-and-a-half hours. There is no game, no set, only match, each moving quickly with some requiring only 10 minutes to play. While the organizers encourage grassroots play, it is the annual professional international tournaments that have popularized Tie Break Tens, a competition in which the two opponents play 10-point tie breaks. The first player to reach 10 points wins. In its international tournaments, eight players compete for a $250,000 prize. Only the winner walks away with any prize money. Tie Break Tens has no home stadium, and each event takes place in a different country, often on a different continent than the last. This practice has helped popularize the new sport across the world in its short existence. Do not miss a second of this exciting tennis action by picking up tickets at StubHub today.
Where have the Tie Break Tens been played?These Tie Break Tens battles occur at major venues throughout the world. The opening event occurred in 2015 at Royal Albert Hall in London, England. The following year saw the competition travel to Vienna, Switzerland, with play at Weiner Stadthalle. In 2017, Melbourne, Australia, hosted the tennis tournament at Margaret Court Arena while a second event took place at Caja Magica stadium in Madrid, Spain. The 2018 competition took place at Madison Square Garden in New York City, N.Y. The 2019 tournament took place in Indian Wells, Calif., at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden.
Which professional tennis players have played at the Tie Break Tens international competitions?The tournament generally attracts well-known players including top ATP seeds. In its first five years of competitions, the events have included Kyle Edmund, David Ferrer, Tim Henman, Goran Ivanisevic, John McEnroe, Andy Murray, Dominic Thiem and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
Are these events men’s-only competitions?When the competition founded in 2015, it was a men’s-only event. The May 2017 Madrid event included the first women’s tournament. In this year Simona Halep, Johanna Konta, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Maria Sharapova, Coco Vandeweghe and Venus Williams were several of the female players who competed in the first female tournament. At these events that have featured both a male and female tournament, the prize money offered for the genders was $500,000. Of this amount, a $250,000 prize was awarded for each winner.
Are these Tie Break Tens events for profit or charity events?This depends on the year of the competition. As it has been designed, event organizers have held both for-profit and charity events. In 2017, the Madrid competition benefitted the charity Fundación Mutua Madrileña. The host organization donated $100,000 to the Mutua charity that addresses domestic violence. The winners of the event, Grigor Dimitrov and Simona Halep, each donated $50,000 of their winnings to the charity, bringing its total event fundraising to $200,000.
How often do these events take place?In general, the coalition of event sponsors holds one event per year. The exception to this was 2017 which included one charity event and one for-profit event. The scheduling of the tennis tournaments varies by year. Some events have taken place in March, others in December. The major scheduling factor besides major tennis events is the weather. Since the event occurs at outdoor courts, typically, and the location varies vastly, event organizers must choose times of the year that they can expect clear weather.
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