US Open Tennis Tickets
The best men and women in tennis flock to New York for the final Grand Slam of the tennis season – one full of drama, excitement and thrilling tennis. Check it out for yourself when the stars invade the Big Apple. Don't miss out. Get your cheap US Open tickets from Ticket Club today.
US Open Tennis Championship
2020 US Open Tennis Schedule
The 2020 US Open is slated to kick off with the annual Arthur Ashe Kids Day on August 29, a fun-filled family-friendly event that celebrates youth tennis with musical stars and tennis pros. The tournament’s main draw will get underway August 31 and conclude September 13 with the men’s singles and women’s doubles final. The 2020 US Open schedule is split into 24 sessions, with tickets available for each session. Each session may include men’s and women’s singles or doubles competition. Please note, the 2020 US Open Tennis schedule is subject to change.
2020 US Open Tennis Ticket Prices
There are a variety of 2020 US Open ticket packages available, from reserved seating to grounds passes and more. Depending on the ticket type and other factors like demand and inventory, 2020 US Open ticket prices may fluctuate above or below face value.
Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
The US Open is held annually at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, New York. This beautiful complex includes dozens of tennis courts and is easily accessible via public transportation and conveniently located near notable New York City attractions. While tennis action can always be found throughout the complex during the US Open, the tournament’s biggest matches are played on the three largest There are some 29 courts within the complex, though most of the action can be seen on the Grandstand court, newly-constructed Louis Armstrong Stadium and Arthur Ashe Stadium, the largest tennis-specific venue in the world.
US Open Tennis History
The US Open is one of the oldest sporting tournaments in the world, dating all the way back to 1881, then held in Newport, Rhode Island on a grass court surface. By the early 1900s, the tournament had relocated to New York and was officially deemed one of the sports major championships not long after. In 1968, the sport’s Open Era began, allowing professionals to compete among amateurs and evolving into tennis’ current state. That year, American Arthur Ashe won the men’s singles title and Billie Jean King was the women’s singles runner-up. Both have since cemented their respective legacies within the sport and earned namesake venues at the tournament for their contributions to the US Open.
Millions fill the seats of the National Tennis Center each year for the tournament, which is distinct for from the sport’s other three Grand Slams for its contemporary rules and electric, New York atmosphere. Notable players from all over the world and all eras of tennis have competed in the tournament, including Andre Agassi, Martina Navratilova, Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Pete Sampras, Novak Djokovic and many more.
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