It’s a sell-out! Unfortunately there are no tickets remaining for the first day of Great Britain’s Davis Cup semi-final match-up with Australia, but what an opening day of action it promises to be for the 8000+ ticket holders with some of the world’s best tennis players gracing the court at the Emirates Arena.
For the GB team making it this far in the competition is an achievement in itself, but were they to go one one step further it would be first time since 1978 GB has played in the final.
As is the case with all Davis Cup ties today is dedicated two singles with two matches being played between home favourite and world no. 3, Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund, who will face off against either one of Bernard Tomic and Samuel Groth of Australia.
Doors open at 11am. Spectators are asked to be in their seats by 12.30pm in readiness for the Opening Ceremony at 12.45pm. Play is scheduled to start at 1pm.