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ATP World Tour Finals 2013 tickets: Murray mania increases demand
ATP World Tour Finals tickets: Interest in tickets for this year's event heightens significantly after Andy Murray's triumph at Wimbledon
Interest in tickets for this year’s ATP World Tour Finals at The O2 in London has heightened significantly since Andy Murray’s triumph at Wimbledon on Sunday, viagogo has reported.
As Murray became the first British tennis player in 77 years to win the Wimbledon men’s singles title, fans searched for tickets to the November tournament, which will be their next chance to see their tennis idol in action in the UK, with viagogo seeing a 611 per cent increase in searches in the 48 hours following his win.
“Murray Mania has never been as strong since his historic achievement in the Wimbledon finals,” said viagogo spokesperson Steve Roest.
“The Barclays ATP World Tour Finals gives all fans, including those who were not lucky enough to get a ticket to Wimbledon, a chance to see the nation’s new hero in action.
“We’ve seen searches for tickets to the tournament rocket since Murray’s win, breaking all previous demand records for so early on in the year.”
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