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Novak Djokovic’s Adria Tour released 1,000 tickets to its first event in Belgrade and they’ve sold out in seven minutes. The tournament organizer announced the news on social media on Wednesday.


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“First 1,000 tickets for the charity sports event "Adria Tour" have been sold out in seven record minutes!” The tournament posted on social media. “According to the company Ticket Vision, which was officially selling the tickets on their website and at box offices, the public interest for the tournament, which will be held in Belgrade from June 12th to 14th, was incredible.”

Things went so well that the event has decided to release another 1,000 tickets to the public.

“For all those who did not manage to get the tickets, we have good news—we have decided to release another 1,000 tickets on Friday, while respecting the recommended measures of safety and appropriate social distance of at least one meter between spectators,” the tournament said.

There are a total of four tournaments on the Adria Tour, including one in Zadar, Croatia, which has enlisted Goran Ivanisevic to be its tournament director. The former Wimbledon champion said that he hopes to fill half of the 9,000 capacity venue.

"The tournament will be played on clay, we were ready for concrete, but Novak's team still decided on clay,” Ivanisevic said. “We are waiting for the final confirmation of the number of fans that will be allowed. It will be a stadium for nine thousand people that will be installed this week, and I hope that it will allow us half of that capacity for the audience to see these best players in the world.”

It seems rather risky given the scope of the Coronavirus pandemic, but Serbia has recorded under 12,000 confirmed cases and Croatia has recorded just 2247 confirmed Coronavirus cases as of Friday morning June, 5.

The other two events will take place in Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina.