Two Grand Slam champions are the headline acts in a new charity evening to officially start Adelaide’s newest international sporting event on Sunday 12 January.
The Adelaide International Rally for Resilience will raise funds for the Australian Tennis Foundation, in partnership with the Roger Rasheed Sports Foundation. These funds will aid the delivery of year-round sports programs in socially disadvantaged areas within South Australia.
Kids will be free to the event which includes an exhibition doubles match featuring Grand Slam champions Simona Halep and Angelique Kerber joined by special guests, along with the first ATP men’s singles match of the tournament.
Rally for Resilience will also kick start the tournament’s Racquets and Strings entertainment program with Wanderers and Hartway opening Centre Stage on the first day. The Racquets and Strings schedule will feature 30 South Australian live music acts throughout the week.
A premium ticket option will offer entry to the Aperol Sundeck, catered by guest chef Simon Bryant. Bryant, best known as the former Executive Chef at Hilton Adelaide and as a television presenter with Maggie Beer on the ABC’s Cook and the Chef, will be on site to prepare meals live with assistance from ATP and WTA players.
Rally for Resilience tickets start at $40 for adults and accompanying children are free. Tickets for the Aperol Sundeck are $260 including a food and drink package.
Adelaide International tickets start at $25 for adults and children are free at selected sessions. For more information please visit Ticketmaster.