Held at the Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club in Melbourne, The Priceline Pharmacy Kooyong Classic runs from Tuesday 12 January to Friday 15 January. Read on to find out how you can win tickets!
There’s something special about going to Kooyong for a tennis tournament. As the former home of the Australian Open, you can feel the history and culture. Another great aspect is that the players are really accessible as they walk to, and from, the court, so you have a great opportunity to take photos and get autographs.
Thanks to the fabulous team at the Priceline Pharmacy Kooyong Classic, I have two sets of two standard tickets to give away which can be used either on Day 1 (12 January) or Day 2 (13 January). View the Day 1 and 2 Schedule here.
For your chance to win, simply add a Comment at the end of this article saying why you would like to win tickets to the Kooyong Classic. It’s that easy!
The competition details
- There is one entry per person.
- The competition runs from 12pm AEDT on Monday 4 January and closes at 3pm AEDT on Thursday 7 January 2016.
- The prize is two standard tickets for the 2016 Kooyong Classic which can be used on either Day 1 or Day 2 of the tournament. There are two prizes. No travel costs are included. In order to claim the prize you need to be available to attend the Kooyong Classic in Melbourne on either Tuesday 12 January or Wednesday 13 January 2016.
- The two winners will be selected by me based on the best answer provided in the Comments, and will be contacted via the email address provided with the comment. The Kooyong Classic will contact you regarding picking up the tickets.
But wait, there’s more chances to win!
I’m also giving away two sets of two tickets to the Kooyong Classic via a competition on my Instagram account. Follow https://www.instagram.com/grandslamgal/ so you won’t miss out on your chance to win when details are announced.
And, there’s still more! My friends at Happy Slam Tennis are also running a competition to win tickets so connect with them on Twitter and Instagram.
If you’re not one of the lucky winners, you can view ticket prices and book online here. Entry is free each day of the tournament after 3pm so you can relax and enjoy the music, entertainment, food trucks and tennis (if there are still matches in play).
Read more about What’s New at the Kooyong Classic in 2016 and follow Kooyong Classic on Twitter and Instagram for updates.
Good luck, and see you at Kooyong!
Grand Slam Gal
Congratulations to our winners – Tallulah and Megan. I’ve emailed you re the details.
Thanks everyone for entering and I hope to see you at the Kooyong Classic. You can buy tickets via the website or come after 3pm and entry is free!
Greg Stylos says
I would like the free passes to the Looyong Vlasdic to see Nick Kyrgios and Crowd favourite Marcos Baghdatis please.
to enjoy the tennis and getting to see some of simon on court playing!
I would love to go to watch tennis live in action with my two boys. It will be a great way to start the new year, and will be really inspiring for my elder boy who will be starting tennis lessons in the new year!
Love the tennis and no place like Kooyong for some history and some great matches. Love to go
Seeing Zwerev life wil be a preview of future Tennis, can’t wait to see it!
I’ve been there once and loved the atmosphere! A more intimate and low key experience than the Australian Open with some truly great players. My travel journey is quite long to the Kooyong but all worth it. Would love to go again to watch my favourite, Gilles Simon, play on the court up close.
Tallulah Grauaug says
I would love to go to the Kooyong classic!! I’ve never been before as I live in Perth. I’m in Melbourne for the next 3 weeks and competing in tournaments myself and this would be such good inspiration for me to see one of the Aussie greats play (Kyrgios). Maybe I can learn from their energy and court skills to improve my own game, as I one day hope to be there, on centre court ,playing at Kooyong! 🙂
Kelly Brown says
I would love to win tickets because I love playing tennis and watching it. It would be fantastic to win a nice day out being involved in something I love. Here’s hoping I’m lucky 😉 . Thanks.
I’ve grown up my entire life being a tennis and grew up playing tennis, coached by “Woofa” in Traralgon. I’ve not been to the tennis in years due to other commitments but I would love to see who is on the rise both in Australia and overseas and see the talent in action. It would be a wonderful day out to see the tennis in Melbourne.
I’ve never been to the Kooyong Classic tournament before but have heard & seen photos of what an awesome time Happyslamtennis had there last year & would love the opportunity to see all the players up close. Definitely seems like a more intimate setting than AO (which I also love) & an amazing experience for any tennis fan!
Karen Woolsey says
It feels like a new year of possibilities! I’m ready for new opportunities and the Kooyong Classic will definitely start the year off with a bang! An iconic Melbourne experience that this Melbournian would embrace with joy and enthusiasm!
Babak Pakravan says
I am a huge fan of tennis a die hard actually but I have never gone to an event before and not having travelled since 2005 I hope this will be my chance to see the beauty and hospitality of Australia and maybe even snag some merchandise.
It’s time for this girl who was too scared to go to the tennis to actually go to the tennis! (silly anxiety and agoraphobia) Kooyong has a sentimental place in my heart as my Mum owned a tennis clothes shop right next door on Glenferrie Rd called Deuce in late 70s early 80s. The biggest sales ever was when it rained unexpectedly at Aust Open when it was Kooyong. Everyone poured in to the shop to buy long sleeve tops and jackets #truestory
Afrodita Vandenberg says
I LOVE tennis and have always wanted to go to this, I’ll be able to cross it off my bucket list. Also I’ll be the best mum ever as my kids are also huge tennis fans!!
Up close and personal tennis viewing at the ‘spiritual home’ of Melbourne tennis? Yes please!
I’d love to go to the Kooyong Classic to see the up and coming players, and possible stars of the future, in the 2016 field and the always entertaining Marcos Baghdatis!
Thanks for entering Clive.
Would love to see Kyrgios in action!
Thanks for entering Nic 🙂