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6/26/15 - One of the biggest disappointments that can occur at the US Open Tennis tournament is the amount of rain delays that take place. These rain delays are not only upsetting to the fans, but players alike. Currently the Arthur Ashe Stadium is getting fitted for a retractable roof to solve this problem. The beginning stages of the roof is underway and the estimated date of completion is set for the 2016 US Open. The tournament is still set as an outdoor tournament, but the organization likes the option of having the show still go on regardless of the rainy weather. Watch some of the biggest names in tennis hit the court late this summer, starting August 31. Tickets for the first round are available for $65 a piece.
6/19/15 - The fourth and final major event of the year, the US Open Tennis tournament will begin play at the end of August—but you don’t have to wait to score your seats. No. 1 ranked Serena Williams is an early favorite in women’s competition, with the 33-year-old looking for her seventh US Open title and fourth in as many years. No. 2 Maria Sharapova will no doubt make her presence known as well. In men’s play, Serbian-born Novak “The Joker” Djokovic will hope to continue his domination of hard court play while bouncing back from his 2014 US Open upset defeat at the hands of Kei Nishikori. Tickets are on sale now for Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York! Ground passes start at $65 and First Round seating on Aug. 31st begin at $52.
6/10/15 - With the summer months in full swing, professional tennis is kicking it in to high gear with gobs of tournaments including the US Open. The US Open is the only Grand Slam tournament that is held in the United States and is played on the beloved concrete surface. If you don’t want to travel out of the country to see a live Grand Slam, then jump on the opportunity to attend the US Open in New York. This year, just like most years, the rankings are tight and the matches will be even tighter. The forefronts in the men’s division are Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic. The women’s division is led by Serena Williams and Petra Kvitova. Get your tickets for the first and second round of the US Open Tennis for approximately $15 a piece.
8/19/14 – We are less than one week out from the start of the 2014 US Open, and one of the game’s biggest stars just dropped a bombshell on the tennis world. Defending champion Rafael Nadal announced his withdrawal from the tournament on Monday, citing the same injury to his right wrist that kept him out of play in Toronto and Cincinnati. In the wake of his announcement, the men’s draw is left wide open, though the rest of the “Big Four” (No. 1 Novak Djokovic, No. 3 Roger Federer, No.9 Andy Murray) still primed to play. Djokovic has been having trouble on hard courts, winning just two events this summer, while Federer lost to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in Toronto, before he took the trophy home in Cincinnati. The US Open draw is set for Thursday, and should pit Federer and Djokovic on opposite sides of the bracket. Are we in for a Wimbledon Finals rematch in New York? See for yourself in just a handful of days with US Open tickets now!
8/6/14 – The opening round of the 2014 US Open is less than four weeks away! There’s no place better to be than at Billie Jean King National Tennis Center this summer, and ticket demand shows. The cheapest ticket you can get for the Womens Final (9/6) is $86, while seats for the Mens Final (9/7) start at $147. The First Round gets underway from Mon, Aug. 25 to Wed, Aug. 27—and you can get-in for as low as $23 in Session 4 (8/26). Tennis fans from all over the globe will descend upon Flushing Meadows for the fourth and final Grand Slam of the year, you can be one of them with US Open Tennis tickets today!
7/30/14 - American fans were in for a bit of a treat with Andy Roddick lobbying to come out of retirement and play doubles in the US Open. Roddick is the last American to win the Grand Slam tournament, and wanted to team with friend Mardy Fish. But since Roddick had been retired he was not in the drug testing pool for the required three months and has been deemed ineligible. The tournament itself starts in just a few weeks time with US Open tickets averaging of $850 according to RazorGator.
7/23/14 - This years US Open will mark the 11th anniversary of the last American male to have won a tennis Grand Slam tournament which was Andy Roddick at the 2003 US Open. The top ranked American is John Isner who is currently 12th in the world rankings and if he can make it to the Finals expect US Open tickets to skyrocket from their already pricey average of $850 according to RazorGator.
7/20/14 – How will the tennis stars ejected before the Men and Womens’ Finals at Wimbledon fare in the US Open tournament? Serena Williams made headlines, neither for stellar play nor a tantrum at Centre Courts, but rather for an alarming and puzzling second-round doubles bout that forced her and sister Venus to withdraw. Likewise, the Bryan Brothers experienced an upset, losing the men’s doubles title to Jack Sock and Vasek Pospisil. Will Li Na trump adversity after being abandoned by coach Carlos Rodriguez after two poor Grand Slams? What about the perpetually embattled Andy Murray? These are some of the most interesting questions the sport of tennis has showcased in recent years—and they’re itching to be answered at the upcoming US Open. Make sure to lock down your US Open tickets and witness the final, and frequently most exciting, leg of the tennis season.
7/17/14 - The US Open Final is still over two months away but that hasn’t stopped US Open tickets from being one of the hottest tickets in town. Presently the Men’s Final in Session 26 is going for the staggering price of $937 on average with a Get-in of $132 according to RazorGator, more than double that of the Women’s Final.
7/10/14 - The US Open won’t begin for another six weeks but that hasn’t stopped US Open tickets from starting to take a hit according to RazorGator. For the first round of the tournament which begins on August 25th tickets are presently down by 4% from this time last week and are going for just under $180 on average.
7/9/14 – So long grassy Centre Courts of Wimbledon, hello hard courts of Flushing Meadows! Have you secured your US Open Tennis tickets following the third Grand Slam tourney of the year? The stunning Women’s Final saw an utterly domineering performance by Petra Kvitova, while the thrilling Men’s Final saw Novak Djokovic win his seventh Slam and shut Roger Federer out of a potential record breaking Wimbledon victory. Up and coming 20-year-old Eugenie Bouchard has made it into the semifinals or better in each major tournament this year, but will the Canadian darling go that far at the pressure-laden Arthur Ashe Stadium? Djokovic has unseated Rafael Nadal at No.1, but will the Spaniard answer back in a big way and successfully defend his US Open title? Can ageless Federer capture that elusive Number 18 trophy? What kind of finals are we in for in the fourth and final Grand Slam? Score US Open tickets for the Men’s Final at a $134 get-in price, and pay $84 to get into the Women’s Final.
7/8/14 - Over the weekend we were able to see a Wimbledon Men’s Final for the ages between Novak Djokovic and the immortal Roger Federer. It took five long and difficult sets for a winner to separate himself from the evenly matched opponents but when he did, Djokovic stood tall earning his seventh Grand Slam title while squashing Federer’s hopes of a record 18th Grand Slam. The two will now have only one more major tournament left this year, the US Open in New York City; which is currently seeing US Open tickets going for under $200 for the first two rounds of the tournament according to RazorGator.
6/26/14 - Over at the All England Club, marquee matchups are underway in Day 4 of Wimbledon. Early this morning, Rafael Nadal, Jo Wilfred Tsonga and Serena Williams were masterful in their second-round appearances. Serena took just 49 minutes to win her match in straight sets, Nadal overcame Lukas Rosol (who pulled a five-set stunner against the Spaniard two years ago), and Tsonga advanced off a marathon match that lasted two hours and 43 minutes. The same high-profile competitors and exhilarating matches day after day will be here in the States this summer! US Open tickets are up nearly 18% from last year, as both Nadal and Williams have much at stake this time around. Last year’s average price was $317, but this year, US Open tickets have jumped up to $380 for all 26 sessions. You’ve only got a few months to lock-in your passes to this grand slam tourney in New York, don’t delay to buy your US Open tickets today!
5/28/14 - US Open contenders are emerging from the folds of the French Open tournament that is underway this week. The top-tier women are having trouble navigating the early rounds at Roland Garros: defending champion Serena Williams, along with her sister Venus, fell in the third round, while No. 2 Li Na and No. 13 Caroline Wozniacki exited in the first. The men are having a far more positive outing: Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer both drew straight-set victories today. All eyes were on Australian Open champion Stan Wawrinka, who was expected to do great things in his second grand slam tournament, only to fall in the opening round by little-known competitor, Guillermo Garcia-Lopez. See these high-profile players compete in the fourth and final grand slam of the year with US Open Tennis Tickets!
5/1/14 - The biggest Grand Slam this side of the Atlantic just released its 2014 schedule. The US Open begins August 25 for Round 1, and you can get-in for just $38. The Women's/Men's Round of 16 begins 8/31-9/1, followed by the Quarterfinals (9/2-9/4) and Semifinals (9/5-9/6). As usual, the Women's Final (9/7) precedes the Men's Final (9/8) by a day. US Open Finals tickets for the men start at $184 and tickets for the women start at a $118 minimum. Last year, Serena Williams battled stormy winds and tough-as-nails Victoria Azarenka to win her second straight US Open Championship, while Rafael Nadal defeated Novak Djokovic in an exhilarating rubber match to score his second US Open and 13th Grand Slam Title. History is made each year at Flushing Meadows—lock in your US Open tickets now!
The final tennis major in the Grand Slam Series, The US Open, beings August 26 with the Men’s/Women’s 1st round. Twenty-six sessions will occur at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, New York on two main venues: Arthur Ashe Stadium (the main court) and Louis Armstrong Stadium at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The top-seeded daytime matches, evening matches, and Finals will be played at Arthur Ashe Stadium. To learn more about the two stadiums, the best place to sit, public transportation, entertainment and food options, check out our US Open Tennis guide. US Open Tennis tickets at Arthur Ashe Stadium average about $172 more than the average ticket at Louis Armstrong Stadium. Cheap US Open Tennis tickets are available for day sessions.
Players compete in Men’s Singles/Doubles, Women’s Singles/Doubles, Mixed Doubles, and wheelchair events. The most popular session at the U.S. Open based on ticket price is the Men’s Final, with a get-in price of $123, $51 less than the get-in price was in early June. Men’s Single’s Finals tickets are averaging $726, down $237 from last year. Like last year, the Men’s later rounds of the tournament are the four most expensive sessions of the US Open. The Women’s Singles Final session is the 5th-most expensive session overall at an average price of $359 per ticket, a $119 savings compared to if you had bought in early June. The average US Open Tennis tickets are $285. For a breakdown of ticket prices by session, visit our blog on US Open Tennis tickets.