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For a few days in August and September, Flushing, NY becomes the tennis capital of the world as the US Open Tennis tournament takes over the Big Apple. Last year fans saw Novak Djokovic add to his legacy, while Serena Williams lost in the semi-finals and Flavia Penneta eventually won the women’s singles title. What high drama will fans witness this year? The US Open is one of the four biggest tournaments for tennis players and fans, featuring the world’s best players on the biggest American stage. Djokovic may be the men’s frontrunner again this year, but an exciting upset is always just a few games away. The tournament starts on August 29, so get your tickets on Razorgator today!
US Open Tennis Tickets - US Open Tennis Schedule and Dates
 
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Thu Sep 01 10:00 AM US Open Tennis Grounds Admission USTA National Tennis Center
Flushing, NY
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Thu Sep 01 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 7: Men's / Women's 2nd Round (Louis Armstrong) Louis Armstrong Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Thu Sep 01 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 7: Men's / Women's 2nd Round Day Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Thu Sep 01 7:00 PM US Open Tennis - Session 8: Men's / Women's 2nd Round Evening Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Fri Sep 02 10:00 AM US Open Tennis Grounds Admission USTA National Tennis Center
Flushing, NY
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Fri Sep 02 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 9: Men's / Women's 3rd Round (Louis Armstrong) Louis Armstrong Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Fri Sep 02 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 9: Men's / Women's 3rd Round Day Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Fri Sep 02 7:00 PM US Open Tennis - Session 10: Men's / Women's 3rd Round Evening Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Sat Sep 03 10:00 AM US Open Tennis Grounds Admission USTA National Tennis Center
Flushing, NY
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Sat Sep 03 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 11: Men's / Women's 3rd Round (Louis Armstrong) Louis Armstrong Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Sat Sep 03 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 11: Men's / Women's 3rd Round Day Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Sat Sep 03 7:00 PM US Open Tennis - Session 12: Men's / Women's 3rd Round Evening Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Sun Sep 04 10:00 AM US Open Tennis Grounds Admission USTA National Tennis Center
Flushing, NY
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Sun Sep 04 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 13: Men's / Women's Round of 16 (Louis Armstrong) Louis Armstrong Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Sun Sep 04 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 13: Men's / Women's Round of 16 Day Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Sun Sep 04 7:00 PM US Open Tennis - Session 14: Men's / Women's Round of 16 Evening Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Mon Sep 05 10:00 AM US Open Tennis Grounds Admission USTA National Tennis Center
Flushing, NY
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Mon Sep 05 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 15: Men's / Women's Round of 16 (Louis Armstrong) Louis Armstrong Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Mon Sep 05 11:00 AM US Open Tennis - Session 15: Men's / Women's Round of 16 Day Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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Mon Sep 05 7:00 PM US Open Tennis - Session 16: Men's / Women's Round of 16 Evening Arthur Ashe Stadium
Flushing, NY
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US Open Tennis News

As a tennis fan, you know all about the back-and-forth, nonstop action a good tennis match provides. But nothing can equal the thrills and excitement of the US Open. Held in Flushing, New York, this huge tournament is part of professional tennis’s Grand Slam. US Open Tennis is coming soon, so it’s time to get your tickets today. Tickets to Session 1 on Aug. 29 start at $90. For two weeks, the tennis world will focus on Arthur Ashe Stadium where the best players on the planet will collide in a winner-takes-all event. Men’s player Novak Djokovic will look to defend his title, while women’s great Flavia Penneta took home the top prize a year ago.

One of the largest, most renowned tennis events in the world is just a few days away. The U.S. Open is coming to Flushing, New York, Aug. 27–Sept. 2, and you can be there to see the nonstop, thrilling action. Tickets are available for opening day starting at $62.

Now in its 136th year, the U.S. Open brings the world’s top tennis players to one venue to compete for the coveted title of one of the sports four grand slam events. Serbia’s Novak Djokovak is the defending men’s champion, while Italy’s Flavia Pennetta won last year’s women’s event. The U.S. Open has more than $46 in prize money up for grabs.

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