Billie Jean King Cup 2024

Date: 12-13 April 2024
Round: Qualifier
Venue: Pat Rafter Arena, Brisbane, QLD
Surface: hard court


Single session and two-day ticket packages will go on sale via Ticketmaster on Monday 4 March at 3pm AEST.

Adult prices start at $20, concessions $16, kids $5 and family passes (two adults and two children) start at $45.


Arina Rodionova Fernanda Contreras
Daria Saville Marcela Zacarias
Storm Hunter Maria Fernanda Navarro
Taylah Preston Giuliana Olmos
Ellen Perez
Captain: Sam Stosur Captain: Agustin Moreno



Follow the tie




Official name of event Billie Jean King Cup by Gainbridge Qualifier, Australia V Mexico
How many matches will be played? The BJK Cup tie is the best of five matches. The team to win three (3) matches will be declared the winner of the tie. Should the winning team win in three matches (3-0), only the doubles match will be played.

Should the winning team win the tie in four matches, the doubles match (fifth match) may not be played. There will be two matches played on Friday 12 April 2024 and a minimum of two matches and maximum of three matches on Saturday 13 April 2024.

Gate opening and session times Friday 12 April and Saturday 13 April
Gates open: 11.00am
Session start: 12.00pm
When do tickets go on sale? Tickets for this Billie Jean King Cup Qualifier tie go on sale on Monday 4 March at 3pm AEST
How do I contact customer support? General enquiries
For all general enquires about Billie Jean King Cup, please contact our Customer Support team via email at [email protected], or by phone on T: 1800 PLAY TENNIS or 1800 752 983.Ticketing enquires
For ticketing enquiries, contact Ticketmaster online support.
Can I expect the matches to be aired, or will there be an option for streaming? Follow this link to discover how you can watch the matches remotely:



Where can I purchase tickets to the Billie Jean King Cup? Tickets to this Billie Jean King Cup Qualifier tie against Mexico will be available at from Monday 4 March at 3pm AEST
How many tickets can I purchase at one time? Patrons can purchase 10 tickets per transaction.
Are all ticket prices inclusive of GST? Yes, all ticket prices quoted are inclusive of GST.


Getting there

Unsure on how to get to Billie Jean King Cup? Read on to find out about your public transport options.

Queensland Tennis Centre
190 King Arthur Tce
Tennyson Brisbane 4105
P: 1800 PLAY TENNIS (1800 752 983)

Public transport

Ticket holders can travel free to and from the Queensland Tennis Centre with TransLink on Queensland Rail City Network trains, Brisbane Transport bus services and TransLink event shuttle buses on the day of the event.

During the event, there will be track closures across the rail network including Yeerongpilly station as part of the Cross River Rail project. All lines across the train network will experience changes and trains will run to an altered timetable.

The Yeerongpilly station overpass between Wilkie Street and Fairfield Road is open. Access to this overpass will be via stair only as the elevator will not be operational during this period. An accessible shuttle will operate from Green Street for any patrons who may require assistance travelling between the station and the Queensland Tennis Centre.

We encourage you to consider your travel options, allow extra travel time and plan ahead. To plan your journey, download the MyTranslink app, visit the Translink event page or call 13 12 30.

Special event buses
On Friday, 12 April & Saturday, 13 April, special event buses will run between Corinda station and the Queensland Tennis Centre.

Taxi and Ride Share services

The Queensland Tennis Centre will have both taxi rank and ride share pick up points, located a short walk from the venue.

View the event map for exact locations.

Parking (including Queensland Tennis Centre Parking restrictions)

There is no public parking at the Queensland Tennis Centre during the Billie Jean King Cup. Guests are encouraged to use public transport, which is free with a valid Billie Jean King Cup ticket.

During major events at the Queensland Tennis Centre, a one hour parking restriction may apply throughout the Queensland Tennis Centre Parking Area between 7am and 10pm. For further information please visit the Brisbane City Council Traffic and Parking Control Areas’ website.

Public pick up and drop off point

Due to Yeerongpilly Train Station closure and Cross River Rail works, event patrons are advised to use Fig Tree Street, Yeerongpilly as the designated drop off and pick up zone. Please note, Wilkie Street, Yeerongpilly and surrounding streets are not to be used for public drop off and pick up due to Cross River Rail works.



We are working with TransLink to ensure accessible transport options are available to guests attending the tournament.

Limited car parking is available for patrons with an Australian Disability Parking Permit (ADPP). Bookings are essential and permits must be obtained prior to parking at the venue. Both ADPP and Billie Jean King Cup passes must be displayed in your vehicle. Bookings and information can be obtained by contacting the Brisbane International office at [email protected]

* Please note: there is no drop off location at the front of the Queensland Tennis Centre.


All areas of the Queensland Tennis Centre are accessible by either ramp or lift. Disabled toilets and parent rooms are available at various locations around the precinct.

All outside courts at the venue have space allocated for accessible viewing (wheelchairs, walking frames etc), non-reserved. Whilst prams are not permitted in seating areas, space for pram parking (unmonitored) is allocated nearby.

Where possible, patrons with crutches should book accessible seats. When this is not an option, where possible, crutches should not be taken into seating areas. Venue staff are on hand to assist patrons with mobility issues within the seating areas of all courts.

Service animals are permitted within the precinct.


The Queensland Tennis Centre offers accessible seating on the concourse level of Pat Rafter Arena. If you are purchasing a wheelchair space you can also purchase a carer seat next to this space. If you do not require a wheelchair space, please advise the seller at the time of booking to discuss the best seating option.

Seating is available for:

  • patrons using wheelchairs
  • patrons with limited mobility
  • patrons who require the use of a hearing loop

Accompanying Carer & Companion Card

If you are purchasing a wheelchair space every effort will be made to allocate you a carer seat next to this space. Additional seats may be ordered at the time of booking, subject to availability and ticket limits, and every effort will be made to allocate these extra seats as close as possible to the accessible seats.

Companion Cards are accepted at the Brisbane International. If a Companion Card ticket is required, then the companion card must be presented at the time of booking and also carried with the patron with a disability when attending Brisbane International.

For more information about the Companion Card program in Queensland please call the Companion Card information line on 13 74 68 or visit the Queensland Companion Card website –