Rio Open FAQ
Have questions about the Rio Open? 30 years of tennis travel experience means we probably know the answer. If your question isn't answered below, contact our tennis travel experts.
Where will my seats be located?
How do we get from the hotel to the tournament grounds?
Can we play tennis in Rio?
What if it rains?
Is airfare included?
How flexible are tour dates?
What is the weather like in Rio?
Our VIP Courtside Box seats are located on the sideline of Center Court, in the front three rows, as close to the action as you can get! Your VIP Courtside Box tickets come with access to a private hospitality space and upscale onsite restaurant that is also shared by the players. You'll receive vouchers daily for food and beverage. If you prefer baseline seats, just ask us. We also have excellent baseline seats in the first few rows.
Your tour package includes roundtrip shuttle service from the Sheraton Grand Rio Hotel & Resort.
Yes! We are happy to arrange court time for you or set up a private lesson nearby. (Fabio, our onsite tour host is also a former Pro himself!)
Unfortunately, the courts are exposed to the elements. Play may be delayed due to rain. If matches are cancelled due to weather or other reasons, seat privileges are lost for that day. No rain checks will be issued.
Airfare is not included in the package pricing. We wrote a blog post on how to book your own flights, since it’s the easiest and cheapest way to get your airfare. But if you’d like us to help you with your flights, we’d be glad to do so.
Very. Let us know what you have in mind, and our travel planners can help.
It can get very hot in Rio in February, so make sure to pack a hat and sunscreen. Rain showers can pop up as well, so bring an umbrella or a poncho. Luckily, matches are scheduled with the weather in mind. Action will start at 3pm or later most days, making for a beautiful evening of tennis enjoyment.