US Open Tennis Tickets

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!
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US Open Tennis News

One of the world’s premier tennis tournaments is underway, but you can get in on the fun and catch some thrilling matches. The Flushing, New York, tournament is currently in the second round. Third-round play isn’t far behind, and if you want to be a part of the thrilling round of 16 matches, get your tickets today. You can get seats to Sept. 16 play starting at $156. Tennis greats such as Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber were still alive heading into the third round. The upcoming rounds are sure to full of incredible matches and unforgettable displays of talent. Get your tickets to US Open Tennis today.
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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.
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