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Mubadala Citi DC Open

Dates: Jul 29-Aug 4, 2024

Venue: William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center (capacity 7,500)

Location: Washington, D.C.

Surface: hardcourt

Events: men’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s singles, women’s doubles

Current Star Players: Novak Djokovic, Jannik Sinner, Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev, Alexander Zverev, Iga Swiatek, Aryna Sabalenka, Coco Gauff, Elena Rybakina, Jessica Pegula

Legendary Players: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Pete Sampras, Andre Agassi, Boris Becker, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert, Monica Seles

Mubadala Citi DC Open

Every year, the best tennis players from around the world come to Washington, DC, for the Mubadala Citi DC Open. It’s 2024, and the tournament will be back in Rock Creek later in July. The Citi Open is one of the longest-running professional tennis tournaments in the US and the longest in a public park, having been on since 1969.

As an ATP 500 event, this tournament generally attracts world-class players to Rock Creek Park. For the men’s events, 500 ranking points are at stake, so the games are always very competitive and lovely to watch. The Citi Open prize money for the male events is $2,013,940, and for the female tournament, it is $780,637.

Mubadala Citi DC Open Schedule

The much-anticipated tournament will run from July 27 to August 4. This is the standard period for this DC tennis event, just like it was on the Citi Open 2023 schedule.

The first part of the tournament, the qualifier round, will start on July 27 and end on July 28. The Main Draw will kick off immediately after, on July 29, and go on till the tournament ends on August 4.

Citi Open Location

For decades, the Citi Open has been held at Rock Creek Park, Washington, DC. The specific venue for the games is the main stadium at the William H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center. With a capacity of 7,500, the stadium can seat a large crowd, and the best part is that the stadium's design allows everyone to get a good view of the action on the court.

How to Get to Rock Creek Park Tennis Center

The Tennis Center is located at 16th and Kennedy Streets, NW Washington, DC 20011. Enter this address into a reliable navigation guide, and you’ll be at the Tennis Center in a little time. You can also use the directions on the Rock Creek Tennis Center website to find your way from Maryland, Virginia, or Downtown Washington, DC.

How to Get to Rock Creek Park by Public Transportation

There is a 25-seat shuttle that reaches the Tennis Center from Connecticut Ave. The DC Metro is also a good option for most attendees. The recommended route is to take the Red Line, and drop at the Van Ness station then take a shuttle to the Citi Open stadium from there.

Rock Creek Park Seating Arrangement

The stadium is designed with the best seats on the opposite ends of the court, which are designated platinum box seats. All the other seats close to the court floor are premium box seats, and the seats from there all the way to the back are regular box seats. You can see a visual representation of this on the seating chart on the tournament’s website.

Citi Open 2024 Players

As you would expect, the 2024 tournament field is packed with exciting players. Nine of them are among the top 20 tennis players in the world; there are also two former Citi Open winners and five grand slam winners.

Some popular names to look out for are Victoria Azarenka, Aryna Sabalenka, Ons Jabeur, Grigor Dimitrov, Frances Tiafoe, Emma Raducanu, Ben Shelton, Madison Keys, Sebastian Korda, and Daria Kasatkina, to mention a few. These names are as interesting as the players in the Citi Open 2023 players list, so we expect the 2024 edition to be equally exciting.

Citi Open Order of Play

At the time of writing, the tournament has not officially released the order of play for the 2024 games. However, you can find any new updates on the official Citi Open Order of Play website.

How Much Are Citi Open Tickets?

Generally, in entertainment events, the prices of tickets are determined by the seat position and benefits attached to the ticket. Some ticketing sites also use factors like demand to set their prices.

Citi Open Grounds Pass Prize

The lowest amount you can get a ticket to the Citi Open on TicketX is $47.08 at Fitzgerald Tennis Center on Jul 29. Each ticket is for an individual session, and on days when there are two sessions, each session requires a different ticket.

According to the Citi Open website, the lowest price for a full tournament ticket is $345. The prices vary depending on the perks you want to include with your ticket.

Citi Open Travel Packages

Citi Open does not offer any travel packages for attendees, but there are platinum seats, premium seats, and a VIP package for those looking for extra comfort.

Hospitality Add on

There are two VIP packages: Dream Seats and Stadium Club. Both offer premium views of the court action, but there are other advantages. For instance, VIP attendees get access to the air-conditioned stadium club, which has an open bar, lots of snacks and beverages, official merchandise, and more. This ticket package also comes with complimentary on-site parking.

How Much Are Citi Open Parking Tickets?

There is limited on-site parking available for attendees with tickets that don’t come with complimentary parking. However, there are parking garages close to the University of DC that you can park in for free.

Best Days to Attend the Citi Open Tournament

If you enjoy watching Tennis at its most competitive stage, you should come around for the finals and semis. However, if you want to see a lot of tennis activity, from players practicing to different games going on nonstop, Monday (July 29) and Tuesday (July 30) will be the busiest days. Also, since these days are not two-session dates, with just one ticket, you’d get to watch a lot of exciting tennis games.

How to Watch Citi Open Live Score?

You can follow the live scores on the Citi Open website. Sports news outlets like ESPN and official WTA and ATP sources will also broadcast the results and update them as they happen on the court.

If you want to stream the games online, you can also use a service like TennisTV to watch the action live. Tennis TV uses a subscription system, so even though registration is free, you will need to subscribe to watch all the tournament games.

Citi Open Rain Policy

The tournament has a very clear policy for instances where events are canceled or postponed due to the weather. Its rule is that the buyer bears the risk of the weather, so there will be no refunds or exchanges once you buy a ticket.

Citi Open Bag Policy

As an attendee, the only bags you will be allowed to carry into the stadium have to be:

  • Clear bags not bigger than 12” x 12” x 6”

  • Non-clear bags not bigger than 8” x 5” x 1”

  • Fanny Packs not bigger than 8” x 5”

Places to Visit When You Attend Citi Open

  • National Air and Space Museum

  • Lincoln Memorial

  • Open Bus Tour of DC

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