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US Open Tennis Tickets

Aug 20

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07:00pm

Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Complex

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US Open Tennis: Mixed Madness

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Aug 26

Mon

11:00am

Louis Armstrong Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Complex

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US Open Tennis Championship: Session 1

From $270.00

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Aug 26

Mon

11:00am

Grandstand at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Complex

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US Open Tennis Championship: Day Session (Grandstand)

From $266.70

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Aug 26

Mon

11:00am

USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Complex

Corona, NY

US Open Tennis Championship: Grounds Pass

From $266.40

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Aug 26

Mon

12:00pm

Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Complex

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US Open Tennis Championship: Session 1

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Aug 26

Mon

07:00pm

Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Complex

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US Open Tennis Championship: Session 2

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Aug 26

Mon

07:00pm

Louis Armstrong Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Complex

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US Open Tennis Championship: Session 2

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US OPEN (Tennis)

Dates: August 26 - September 8, 2024

Venue: Arthur Ashe Stadium (capacity 23,771)

Location: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows - Corona Park, Queens, New York City.

Surface: Laykold Hardcourt

Events: Men’s Singles, Women's Singles, Men’s Doubles, women's Doubles, Mixed Doubles, Junior Championships, Wheelchair Championships.

Current Star Tennis Players: Novak Djokovik, Jannik Sinner, Carlos Alcaraz, Iga Swiatek, Coco Gauff, Aryna Sabalenka

Legendary Tennis Players:

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Pete Sampras, Ander Agassi, Serena Williams, Steffi Graf, Martina Navratilova

Overview

Every sport has some sort of prestigious Championship, and Tennis is no different. In tennis, they are either called Grand Slams or Majors. Grand Slams are held throughout the year and are the most popular tennis tournaments in the world, and the US Open happens to be one of them. According to Wikipedia, the US Open championship, popularly known as the US Open, was founded in 1881, and every year since 1987, the U.S. Tennis Association Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York, has been host to this tournament. The championship is a 14-day competition, and it has five main categories which are men’s singles and doubles, women's singles and doubles, and mixed doubles.

US Open Prize Money

In 2023, the total pool for the US Open prize money was a record $63 million, and according to statista, the winners of the singles categories in 2024 will get a prize sum of $3 million. The breakdown for the prize packages in the final 4 rounds of the 2023 edition is as follows:

Event

Winner

Final

Semi-Finals

Quarter-finals

Singles

$3,000,000

$1,500,000

$775,000

$455,000

Doubles

$700,000

$350,000

$180,000

$100,000

Mixed Doubles

$170,000

$85,000

$42,500

$23,200

US Open Schedule (Dates)

The 2024 US Open tennis championship will serve up its first match in the qualifying round on Monday, August 19, and will run till Sunday, September 8.

Event

Qualifying Round

Round of 16

Quarterfinals

Semifinals

Finals

Singles

August 26 - 31

September 1 - 2

September 3 - September 4

September 5 (Women)

September 6 (Men)

September 7 (Women),

September 8 (Men)

Doubles (Men)

September 4 (Women)

September 4 (Women),

September 5 (Men)

September 6 (Women),

September 7 (Men)

Mixed Doubles

September 4

September 6

What to expect for the US Open Fan Week

Since 2017, the US Open Fan Week has been celebrated the week leading up to the US Open Tennis Championships. This public event is the US Open's way of allowing fans of all age groups to engage with the sport through various activities, all for free. This year, the US Open fan week will open on the night of August 18 and run from August 19 to August 25. Although the event is free and open to the public, a free fan access pass will be needed to experience certain attractions. The 2024 edition of Fan Week will feature the following events:

Featured Event

Date

Sounds of the Open

August 18

Kick-off Concert for the US Open Fan Week. Headlined by country music star Dierks Bentley and joined by Chase Rice

Legends of the Open

August 19

Legends of the US Open take to the court to give fans a nostalgic exhibition match experience.

US Open Mixed Madness (Presented by IHG Hotels & Resorts)

August 20

Mixed doubles competitive matchup of Naomi Osaka and Nick Kyrgios, Aryna Sabalenka and Taylor Fritz, Coco Gauff and Ben Shelton, and Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

Stars of the Open

(Presented by Chase)

August 21

Exhibition match features all-star players like Novak Djokovic, John McEnroe, Carlos Alcaraz, Andre Agassi, Venus Williams, Gabriela Sabatini, Caroline Wozniacki, Andy Roddick, Frances Tiafoe, Jessica Pegula, and more.

Flavors of the Open

(Presented by Dobel Tequila)

August 22

Amazing dishes from celebrity chefs like Pat LaFrieda, Alex Guarnaschelli, and Masaharu Morimoto. There’ll be live music and entertainment at Louis Armstrong Stadium. Enjoy all this while watching some top-notch tennis.

US Open Block Party

August 23

The festival-style celebration features a variety of well-known DJs, entertainment, player appearances, and more

Arthur Ashe Kids’ Day

(powered by Net Generation)

August 24

Family-friendly entertainment and activities throughout the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

Open Practice Sunday

August 25

Watch players practice before the main draw with engaging Fan Week Center Stage programming.

US Open Poster Controversy

The 2023 US Open wasn’t without its own drama, as the organizers put out a poster that sparked outrage among fans of several top-ranked players who were omitted from the promotional posters for the tournament. No such issues or outrage have been recorded so far for this year's edition, but looking forward to the 2024 US Open, fans can always expect a bit of drama and exciting news about players and the tournament to spice up the competition.

US Open Location

The US Open Tennis Championship is held every year at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows - Corona Park, Queens, New York City.

About USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

This sporting arena, originally known as the USTA National Tennis Center, is one of the largest public tennis facilities in the world and has been the home of the US Open since 1978. The stadium complex sits on 46.5 acres with 22 courts and 12 parks. The complex houses the famous Arthur Ashe Stadium, the largest tennis stadium in the world, with a capacity of 23,200. The center is only closed to the public when the US Open, junior, and wood-racquet competitions are being played.

How to get to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

According to the center’s official website, the popular choice of getting to the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is by mass transit, as it is relatively convenient and cost-effective. It could be by subway, rail or by car.

Subway: Jump on the 7-train service to Mets-Willets Point Station.

Rail: The Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) provides rail services to Mets-Willets Point Station from Woodside and Penn Station.

Car: You can get to the stadium complex via the Grand Central Parkway Exit  9E or Whitestone Expressway Exit 13D

USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Seating Charts

You can view the seating chart for arenas used in the US Open, which include Arthur Ashe Stadium, Louis Armstrong Stadium, and Grandstand Stadium, on the US Open official website.

US Open 2024 Players

The official list of players at the 2024 edition will be made available closer to the start of the event. Every year, the US Open features top players from around the world, including the defending champions and upcoming stars. The list of players participating in the tournament will be updated on the official US Open website.

US Open’s Order of Play

The 2024 US Open will start August 26 and run through September 8. Following the trend of past editions of the US Open Tennis Championship, the order of play will be published every day during the championship. You can check the officially released schedule on the US Open official site.

How much are US Open Tickets?

The ticket prices for the 2024 US Open will vary depending on the match and seat. On TicketX, the cheapest US Open ticket is from $93.12 at Arthur Ashe Stadium at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center - Complex on Aug 20

US Open Grounds Pass Price

The US Open Grounds pass ticket costs $320.38. The grounds admission works on a first-come, first-served basis, with access to the Louis Armstrong Stadium, the Grandstand, and all field courts. It is important to note that the ground passes do not have access to the Arthur Ashe Stadium.

US Open Travel Packages

Official travel packages are available for US Open 2024, thanks to their partnership with Emirates Airlines, the official airline of the US Open, Steve Furgal’s International Tennis Tours, and the Westin Hotels & Resorts. The price of Steve Furgal packages ranges from $1,445 to $2,880 per person, with perks such as 4-star hotel accommodations, round-trip transportation, experienced onsite staff, and many more. In general, the packages often include tickets, accommodations, transportation, and other US Open merchandise.

US Open Merchandise

As the 2024 US Open approaches, fans can look forward to a new line of merch. Based on information from the US Open official merch website, here’s what fans should expect in terms of merch:

Product

Price

US Open 2024 T-Shirt

$40.00

US Open 2024 American Needle Washed Slouch Cap

$40.00

US Open 2024 T-Shirt (long sleeve)

$46.00

US Open 2024 Microfiber Towel

$20.00

US Open 2024 Poster

$25.00

US Open 2024 Grand Slam Mug

$18.00

Hospitality Add-On (Premium Upgrade)

The premium hospitality options made available for the US Open include reserved seating at the famous Arthur Ashe Stadium with access to all-inclusive dining in the Overlook lounge and fast-track gate access. These packages will give a luxurious experience with breathtaking panoramic views and exclusive perks like parking passes, and classic and premium menu items. The packages are also available for the US Open Fan Week. To learn more about the options available for hospitality you can check out the official US Open website.

How much are US Open Parking Tickets?

Parking tickets for the US Open can vary based on a lot, but according to Vividseats, Parking tickets for the US Open are typically around $40 for vehicles and $80 for buses.

Best Days to Attend the US Open

August 26: The first week of the US Open tournament would be the best day to attend for budget-conscious fans. Attending in the first week means you get to see many matches featuring top players and rising tennis stars, all at a lower cost.

How to watch the US Open Live Score?

The live score of the US Open is publicly available on the competition's official website. You can also catch the US Open live stream on ESPN.

US Open Rain Policy

The US Open has an inclement weather policy that provides for unexpected situations, such as bad weather conditions that lead to canceled sessions. Depending on availability, ticket holders may be able to exchange their tickets for another session during the tournament or for the same session in the following year’s tournament. No refunds or credits are provided.

Places to Visit When You Attend the US Open

There are a number of side attractions in and around the stadium complex when you attend the US Open. Popular attractions include

  • Citi Field: The home of the baseball team New York Mets.

  • Lemon Ice King of Corona: You can get really delicious Italian ices here.

  • The Queens Zoo: A family-friendly attraction in the Flushing Meadows- Corona Park.


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