The Mallorca Open is one of the newer tournaments on the Women’s Tennis Association’s tour, holding its inaugural event in 2016. Held at the Santa Ponsa Tennis Academy, the grass competition was claimed by Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia who triumphed over Latvia’s Anastasija Sevastova to claim the coveted title and win her share of the $227,000 prize money. With a field of players which included French Open title holder Garbiñe Muguruza and number two seed Jelena Jankovic, the tournament was a successful first event for Mallorca. Book your place now for a seat to see the stars of world tennis compete at the 2017 Mallorca Open.
If you’d like to attend this top sporting event, you can book your tickets via the tournament’s official website here. The nearest airport to the event is Palma de Mallorca Airport which is approximately 32 kilometres from the venue. The best way to travel to the venue is either to get a taxi, if you’re in a hurry, or jump on one of the shuttle buses that take you directly to Santa Ponsa, such as Shuttledirect.
Attending the Mallorca Open is a perfect opportunity to combine a world-class tennis event with a sun-drenched holiday at one of Europe’s top destinations. Tennis is a big deal in Mallorca, being home to former champion Rafael Nadal and the island has an enthusiastic approach to hosting Spain’s first ever grass tournament. Heading to the Open is a great chance to see top Spanish star Garbiñe Muguruza making her preparations to conquer Wimbledon just a few days later.
Make the most of your visit to the tennis by staying in the perfect rental accommodation for you. At Eventful Stays, you can choose to stay in poolside apartments, fincas, townhouses, spare rooms, bed and breakfasts and studios…all within easy reach of the Mallorca Open via public transport or hire car. Check out our accommodation in Mallorca.
If you’re heading to the Balearics for the Open, make sure you leave time to see some of the island’s amazing sights, including: Palma Cathedral Le Seu, Castell de Bellver and the Basilica de Sant Francesc. You’ll naturally want to explore the beautiful beaches, such as Playa de S’Amarador, Alcudia and the gorgeous bay of Cala Agulla.
To find out more information about the Mallorca Open, please have a look at the official website, where you’ll be able to find out all the latest WTA results, how to get to the Santa Ponsa Tennis Academy and how to buy tickets for all the matches in the tournament.