What’s On

Sydney International is all about the tennis, with rising stars, established veterans and the world’s top ranked players all hitting Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre with the aim of lifting the trophy at the end of the week and entertaining the fans while they’re at it.

World class tennis is not all that will be on offer though, with plenty of food, drink and entertainment to keep the centre buzzing both on and off court. Check out the best of what’s on around the grounds from 7-13 January:

Player Appearances

Catch all your favourite ATP and WTA players at Autograph Counter throughout the week, including the likes of Venus Williams, Petra Kvitova, Angelique Kerber and Kei Nishikori.

There will be multiple appearances at Autograph Island each day, with times and players to be announced at the start of each session. On the two dedicated Kids’ Tennis Days, players will visit activations on The Lawn. You can also catch your favourite players from the NSW Swifts, GWS Giants and Sydney Thunder in the Sports Zone on 7 and 8 January.

Music and Entertainment

Live music performances will take place on the Ken Rosewall Arena Concourse each day of the event. Relax and enjoy the summer sounds provided by the 2Day FM Street Team and acoustic guitar performances throughout the week.

2DAY FM Zone

Visit the 2Day FM Street Team to recharge your batteries! Pick up a mobile phone mini-fan and battle it out on the table-tennis table while charging your mobile phone.


The official BLK merchandise store is located opposite Door K of Ken Rosewall Arena. Hit the court wearing your official BLK Sydney International gear and you too can play like a champion – the range includes towels, clothing, caps, drink bottles and more.

Food & Beverage

Take a break from the on-court action and visit the Public Bar, located on the concourse opposite Door K of Ken Rosewall Arena. Enjoy an ice-cold Coopers or a glass of Jacob’s Creek wine while you soak in the atmosphere. There’s plenty of food and beverage options around the grounds, with some of Sydney’s most iconic food spots on site.