The first 1,000 tickets for the Adria Tour have been sold in just seven minutes as there is a huge public interest in the event which will kick off on June 13 in Belgrade. On Wednesday, the Ticket Vision company released the first 1,000 tickets for the Adria Tour and they were all sold in only a few minutes.
Fans will be allowed to attend the Adria Tour but protective measures and social distancing will be required. Upon his return from Marbella, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic launched the Adria Tour, which will take plafce rom June 13 - July 5.
The plan is to stage the Adria Tour across four Balkan countries -- Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro. The first stop will be Belgrade, where the main highlight will be the appearance of 17-time Grand Slam champion Djokovic.
The Adria Tour is set to feature a strong player field as this year's Australian Open runner-up Dominic Thiem, world No. 7 Alexander Zverev and 2017 Nitto ATP Finals champion Grigor Dimitrov have also signed up to play.
2014 US Open champion Marin Cilic, rising Croatian star Borna Coric and former world No. 12 Viktor Troicki are also expected to play. World No. 3 Thiem, 2018 Nitto ATP Finals champion Alexander Zverev and former world No. 3 Dimitrov are also expected to play in Belgrade, as well as home favorite Troicki.
Two top-ranked Croatian players Cilic and Coric are expected to play when the Adria Tour makes a stop in Zadar.
The Adria Tour will be a humanitarian event and all the money raised will be distributed to those in need.
Djokovic grateful for the support the Adria Tour has received
1,000 more tickets will be available on Friday and Djokovic appreciates the interest from the public.
"Thank you all for such interest and with your desire to be part of the 'Adria Tour' by buying tickets you will have the opportunity to see Novak Djokovic and some of the best tennis players in the world. At the same time, all those who purchased tickets helped the programs for improving the early development of our children, which are implemented in Serbia by the Novak Djokovic Foundation," Djokovic said, per Sport Klub.
Djokovic has already thanked all the players who have committed to play the Adria Tour and decided to be a part of the humanitarian event.