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The US Open is the 4th major tennis tournament each year and played at the historic United States Tennis Association (USTA) Billie Jean King National Tennis Center at Flushing Meadows in Queens, New York City. There are two sessions per day during the two weeks of the US Open tennis tournament, the morning session at 11am and a night session at 7pm. There have been some legendary matches during the night session that stretched well past midnight, but that is part of what makes the US Open one of the most electrifying sporting events in the World. There are 5 main championships awarded at the US Open, including; Men's Singles, Women's Singles, Men's Doubles, Women's Doubles and Mixed Doubles.

Over the 130 years since the US Open was founded there have been many famous champions and lasting memories made. Bill Tilden, Richard Sears and Margaret Osborne DuPont dominated the early years. Bille Jean King, Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe revived the great tournament in the 1970's and '80s. Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi kept up the interest in the US Upen until today. Currently some of the greatest players in the history if tennis are on the courts at Arthur Ashe Stadium; Serena Williams, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are all future tennis hall of famers. To learn more, visit our past champions page, record holders page, or event guide. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for US Open Tennis tickets.

2014 US Open Preview

The Field at the 2013 US Open will be as strong as ever, as both Andy Murray and Serena Williams are back to defend their singles titles. Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, David Ferrer and Rafael Nadal should all prove to be formidable competition for Murray. Serena will need to overcome a strong women's draw which includes Aggie Radwanska, Na Li, Caroline Wozniacki, and Victoria Azarenka, The Bryan brothers, Bob & Mike, are again strong favorites to win the men's doubles title

At the 2012 US Open Andy Murray finally broke through to win his first major tournament with a victory over Novak Djokovic. Serena Williams beat Victoria Azarenka on the wonem;s side to win her 13th major title. Bob & Mike Bryan won the men's doublees and sara Errani paired with Roberta Vinvi ti win doubles on the women's side.

US Open Tennis at Arthur Ashe Stadium

Address: 124-02 Roosevelt Ave, Flushing, New York, 11368

There are over 30 tennis courts at the USTA National Tennis Center, but the primary courts for the US Open tournament are Arthur Ashe Stadium and Louis Armstrong Stadium. The main court is located inside Arthur Ashe Stadium, which seats approximately 22,500 tennis fans. The tournament is played on a hard court surface and there is not a retractable roof so rain can be a factor. Please read TicketCity's Rain-Out Policy and Rain-Out Protection. The US Open tennis tournament includes 26 sessions and each US Open session requires a separate ticket. TicketCity is one of the best sources for US Open tennis tournament tickets.

US Open Courtside Boxes

Courtside boxes (or seats) get you so close to the action that you can often hear the players talking on the court. They include sections 1-67 and the rows on the side start with row AA, then go from row A to row G with each letter having two rows because they are a box. There are fewer rows behind the court, which generally start with row E. A typical Courtside box includes 4 seats in-front and 4 seats behind those (4+4), but some come with 3+3 or other setups. A Courtside box can be purchased as a whole box or individual tickets within a box. It is commonplace, when you purchase a pair of 4-seats, to have one person sitting behind due to the 3+3 configuration of the box. The term “box” is just a geographic location in the stadium that is contained by a railing; it is not a luxury box. Courtside seats are some of the most desirable seats at Arthur Ashe Stadium and where the celebrities in attendance will be sitting.

US Open Loge Boxes

Loge boxes (or seats) are one level up from the Courtside seats and provide a nice view of the tennis action. They include sections 101-228 and rows typically run from A to G with each have two rows because they are a box. The Loge boxes are generally setup as a 3+3, and can be purchased as a group or individual seats. When you purchase a pair or 4-seats it is customary to have one person sitting behind due to the 3+3 configuration of the box. The “box” is akin a field box seat in baseball and is not a luxury box. The first couple of rows in the Loge boxes offer the best view in this area and are always in high demand.

US Open Promenade

The top-level at Arthur Ashe Stadium is the Promenade, which includes sections 301 to 340 and up to 25 rows per section. The Promenade offers a clear view of the tennis and allows you to still feel the electricity of a US Open tennis match. Dress warmly for evening sessions, as it can be chilly in the high rows of the Promenade.

US Open Luxury Suites

There are luxury suites available for certain US Open matches, contact TicketCity for more details.

 
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US Open Tennis Tournament Video

2014 US Open Tennis Tournament Schedule
    8/24
  • Arthur Ashe Kids Day - 9:30am
  • 8/25 -
  • Session 01 - 11:00am - Men's & Women's 1st Round
  • Session 02 - 7:00pm - Men's & Women's 1st Round
  • 8/26 -
  • Session 03 - 11:00am - Men's & Women's 1st Round
  • Session 04 - 7:00pm - Men's & Women's 1st Round
  • 8/27 -
  • Session 05 - 11:00am - Men's 1st Round & Women's 2nd Round
  • Session 06 - 7:00pm - Men's & Women's 2nd Round
  • 8/28 -
  • Session 07 - 11:00am - Men's & Women's 2nd Round
  • Session 08 - 7:00pm - Men's & Women's 2nd Round
  • 8/29 -
  • Session 09 - 11:00am - Men's 2nd Round & Women's 3rd Round
  • Session 10 - 7:00pm - Men's 2nd Round & Women's 3rd Round
  • 8/30 -
  • Session 11 - 11:00am - Men's & Women's 3rd Round
  • Session 12 - 7:00pm - Men's & Women's 3rd Round
  • 8/31 -
  • Session 13 - 11:00am - Men's 3rd Round & Women's 4th Round
  • Session 14 - 7:00pm - Men's 3rd Round & Women's 4th Round
  • 9/1 -
  • Session 15 - 11:00am - Men's & Women's 4th Round - Day
  • Session 16 - 7:00pm - Men's & Women's 4th Round - Night
  • 9/2 -
  • Session 17 - 11:00am - Men's 4th Round & Women's Quarterfinals
  • Session 18 - 7:00pm - Men's 4th Round & Women's Quarterfinals
  • 9/3 -
  • Session 19 - 11:00am - Men's & Women's Quarterfinals
  • Session 20 - 7:00pm - Men's & Women's Quarterfinals
  • 9/4 -
  • Session 21 - 11:00am - Men's Singles Quarterfinals
  • Session 22 - 7:00pm - Men's Singles Quarterfinals
  • 9/5 -
  • Session 23 - 11:00am - Women's Singles Semifinals & Mixed Doubles Final
  • 9/6 -
  • Session 24 - 11:00am - Men's Singles Semifinals & Women's Doubles Final
  • 9/7 -
  • Session 25 - 12:00pm - Women's Singles Final & Men's Doubles Final
  • 9/8 -
  • Session 26 - 5:00pm - Men's Singles Final
  • All event times are Eastern Standard Time (ET)
  • Gates open for day sessions at 9:30 am (ET)
  • Gates open for night sessions at 6:00 pm (ET)
  • Schedule subject to change

US Open Tennis Event Guide

What are the best sessions to attend at the US Open tennis tournament?

The early sessions are packed with action, particularly the evening sessions. The later sessions feature matchups of the best players in the tournament. The Semifinal sessions are 24 (Women’s) and 24 (Men’s). Session 25 includes the Women’s Final and Men’s Doubles Final. Session 26 is the Men’s Final. Day sessions start at 11AM, so they can often squeeze in more tennis action, while the evening sessions are often earmarked for the marquee matches.

How do “Grounds Admission” tickets differ from regular US Open tickets?

Grounds Admission tickets are general admission tickets available for each of the first eight (8) Day sessions at the US Open. Grounds Admission passes provide ticket holders access to watch the matches on the courts surrounding the main stadiums, and to sit in a special general admission section at Louis Armstrong Stadium if space is available. Grounds Admission passes DO NOT provide entry to Arthur Ashe Stadium, where the top matches are played. Regular US Open tickets are required to have a reserved seat in Arthur Ashe Stadium or Louis Armstrong Stadium.

What is TicketCity’s Rain-Out Policy at the US Open tennis tournament?

If any of sessions 1 through 22 at the US Open are officially determined to be “rained-out” by the USTA, then an in-store credit will be issued for the face value of the tickets, unless the tickets were purchased for less than face value, in which case an in-store credit for the purchase price of the tickets will be issued. The official determination of rain-out or cancelled session is made by the USTA.

What is the Rain-Out Protection that TicketCity offers US Open tennis clients?
  • Rain-Out Protection can be purchased for 10% of the total purchase price of your tickets.
  • If you purchase Rain-Out Protection, you will be refunded the total ticket purchase price if your session is rained-out (as determined by USTA).
  • Rain-Out Protection is available for purchase up to 72 hours before the scheduled session to be protected.
  • Rain-Out Protection is not offered for sessions 23-26. Those sessions will always be rescheduled and played in the event of a rain-out.
  • To purchase Rain-Out Protection, please call our office and speak to one of our sales representatives. Rain-Out Protection cannot be purchased online.
  • If you do not purchase Rain-Out Protection, then in the event of a rain-out you are only eligible for an in-store credit on the face value of the tickets you purchased (see our Rain-Out Policy above).
What are the best places to sit at the US Open tennis tournament?

Capacity at Arthur Ashe Stadium is approximately 23,700 and 10,000 at Louis Armstrong Stadium. Arthur Ashe is the main stadium and there are many good options for tennis fans among the three levels in the stadium: Courtside boxes, Loge boxes and Promenade (see our description of each area above).

What is the best food available at the US Open?

The US Open food village has just about every type of food imaginable from deli classics and burgers, to ice cream, seafood, kosher dishes, pizza, barbeque and alcoholic beverages. For seated dining there is the Patio Café & Bar, Mojito’s latin inspired restaurant, two Heineken restaurants and the Moet Terrace for champagne. There are also a few private venues at Arthur Ashe Stadium available only to select ticket holders (Aces, Champions Bar & Grill and US Open Club) – contact TicketCity for help making a reservation.

Do I need a ticket to attend Arthur Ashe Kids Day?

Admission to the USTA ground are free, but you do need to have a ticket to attend the stadium show inside Arthur Ashe Stadium. The show features kid friendly entertainment including top music entertainers and the biggest tennis stars in the game today.

What items are restricted at the US Open National Tennis Center?

These items may NOT be brought on to the premises: backpacks, hard coolers, glass bottles, alcohol, video cameras, computers or laptops, weapons, banners or signs, noisemakers, or tennis racquets.

What is the best way to get to Arthur Ashe Stadium?

The US Open is played on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, which is located in the New York City borough of Queens. The quickest way from Manhattan is to either take the #7 subway train or the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR). The #7 Flushing-bound train lets off at the Mets-Willet Point station, which is a short walk from US Open. The LIRR is more expensive, but more comfortable and direct trip that leaves from Penn Station. Car services are available, or you can drive yourself, but there is usually some traffic and parking spaces are limited. Parking passes are available at TicketCity; contact us for more info.

Where can I find the 2014 U.S. Open schedule?

The 2014 U.S. Open schedule is listed as soon as it is announced by the tournament. TicketCity has the complete schedule listed above for this year’s tournament, down to the times for both the day and night sessions. The times are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances with the weather in New York. All times listed are Eastern, and the gates will open at 9:30 AM at the earliest for day sessions, while they will open at 6 PM for the evening sessions.

How can I buy cheap U.S. Open tickets?

TicketCity offers a large selection of U.S. Open tickets which includes some of the lowest priced seats on the market. U.S. Open ticket prices fluctuate based on demand for the tournament and players in the later rounds. TicketCity has been a source for U.S. Open tickets for 20+ years and always has a presence in New York City for the tournament. The U.S. Open is the biggest tennis tournament in the Western Hemisphere, so if you’re looking for cheap tickets you may want to act early.

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TicketCity is not affiliated with the US Open Tennis Tournament, the official US Open website, the USTA, the National Tennis Center or Arthur Ashe Stadium.

US Open Tennis 4.7 5 13 14
Roger Federer Owes Me a New iPhone I'm practically courtside at the U.S. Open -- not an easy feat at Arthur Ashe -- and I'm mentally preparing for the match of the decade. All Federer has to do is surpass Djokovic in the semis and tennis fans from around the world will be treated to a match-up that's been five years in the making: a Nadal-Federer final at the U.S. Open. After saving two match points in the ninth game of the final set, Djokovic is struggling to hold serve. Emotions are high. The anticipation is palpable. The fans can hardly contain themselves. Then, out of nowhere, Djokovic hits a bold drop shot that brings Fed to the net and the fans to their feet. But he's too late. The shot is just too good. Federer missed his chance -- and my brand new iPhone G4 slips out of my hands and crashes to the ground, shattering the glass facade like the hopes of every fan in the stadium. The Djoker goes on to win the match -- and I'm out one very expensive cell phone. Great seats, too bad I had a front row view of heart break. September 28, 2010
Federer-Nadal in New York: Is this the year? Well the game's two biggest rivals have played just about everywhere but New York at the US Open. Personally, i think this is the year they meet in the final. While Novak Djokavic posses a tough test to Roger Federer tomorrow in the semis Federer is 10-5 against the Serbian lifetime and has defeated Djokavic in the past 3 US opens. Rafael Nadal's semifinal opponent comes as a bit of a surprise. Russian Mikhail Youzhny benefited from third seeded Andy Murray losing in the 3rd round to Stanislas Wawrinka of Switzerland. Youzhny took out American John Isner in the 3rd round, Spainard Tommy Robredo in the 4th round, and in the quarterfinals defeated Wawrinka. Ironically enough Youzhny defeated Nadal 3 years ago in the US quarterfinals. Nadal has since made the semifinals in both 2008 and 2009 and lost to Andy Murray and Juan Martin Del Potro respectively. However i believe the 3rd year in a row in the semis is the charm for Rafa. He's only lost his serve once in 5 matches and ever since he won the Australian Open in 2009 and needed only the US Open to complete the career grand slam (winning all four major titles) Nadal has been driven to seal the deal and win in New York. Surely Roger Federer will have something to say about that on Sunday. Book it: Federer-Nadal in New York on Sunday at around 4:30 playing for the 2010 US Open mens singles championship. September 10, 2010
US Open this is the second year I have been to the US Open. The tickets are not cheap but each year I miss matches because of the chaos caused by the bad weather and the lack of information available at the venue and the website. This also causes additional expenditure because NY is not cheap. I generally find the volunteers and attendants at the venue rude and brusque and they seem to be free to interpret the rules as they choose. Imagine that my back pack which was admitted last year and which met all stipulated measurement specifications last year was confiscated by a "bag searcher" who informed me that he did not make the rules. A lady behind me with a properly acceptable small leather handbag had it confiscated because it had twi small straps at the back which faciltated her hanging it on her back. Most of these attendants don't appear to meet what I would refer to as the "minimum literacy test." This year I bought expensive tickets for the men's semis and for the finals but I got to see one whole match. The second semi was abruptly cut short because of bad weather and re scheduled but I was not sure when. Having made arrangements to fly back to my country at 12.50 on Monday night assuming that I would see the whole final I only saw 2 sets because I had to rush back on the train to NY to get to the airport 3 hours before my international flights because of the blasted TSA security checks etc.It is an awful waste of my money and not a memorable experience. I am not coming back. September 12, 2012
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