ATX Open Tickets 2024
Demand for Austin's newest major sporting event, the ATX Open tennis tournament, remains strong The tourney is played at Westwood Country Club on the banks of Lake Austin. The WTA 250 Tourney brings some of the better female tennis players in the World down to the Lone Star State. The tournament has singles matches and doubles matches from Monday to Sunday. Note: the daily match schedules will not be posted until the week of the tournament. Purchasing a reserved ticket for Center Court also provides access to watch matches on the main court as well as, practice sessions and/or matches on the outer courts, The majority of the matches are played on Center Court at Westwood.
The weeklong ATX Open tournament has individual sessions (Sessions 1-13), which includes both daytime or evening tennis matches. Fans can purchase the session they want to attend, or may purchase a full sessions ticket which includes all 13 sessions. The most popular sessions during the ATX Open are Sessions 10 (Friday evening, Quarterfinals), Session 12 (Saturday evening, Semifinals) and Session 13 (Sunday, Finals). The atmosphere on Friday and Saturday evening should be electric as fans from across Central Texas turn up to be part of this fun tennis experience. Although expect many of the hardcore tennis fans to be out there during the weekday sessions, which will also be some of the most affordable tickets.
Central Texas and Austin has a strong tennis community. The sport is very popular and the ATX Open should bring fans from across the area to Westwood to be part of this amazing tourney. Demand for tickets will be strong, which can drive up ticket prices on popular sessions to the $150-$250 per ticket range. That is balanced out by cheaper ATX Open tickets being available for other early week sessions as low as $35 per ticket.
Best Places to Sit at ATX Open
The main court at the ATX Open is setup to accommodate approximately 1,281 fans. The setup provides an intimate tennis experience as every fan will be relatively close to the action on the court. The majority of the seats are located in the reserved seating on the East side of the court (includes Sections 201-203) and on the South end of the court (includes Sections 204-206). There is a small section of seats on the West side of the court that includes just 4 rows with the front row reserved for ADA seats.
The sections on the East side of the court are sitting side court from baseline to baseline. The view of the action on both sides of the court is fantastic, although side court seats do mean fans must turn their head back and forth to follow the action. Section 201 and 203 sit on the outside, while Section 202 is located at center court. There are 3 rows of box seats (Courtside Boxes East) right next to the court, then the reserved seats start just behind those. The first row of the reserved seats is Row A and the top is Row S, so there are 18 total rows in the East side reserved seats.
The South Stadium seating are behind the baseline on the South end of the court. Many tennis fans prefer to sit behind the baseline so they do not have to turn turn their head to follow the action. It also means that you get a very close up view of the action in the near court. The sections here are Sections 204, 205 and 206. There are again box seats in-front of the main reserved, but just two rows. The reserved seating here starts with Row A and continues through Row S, so there are 18 rows in the reserved section from bottom to top.
Parking at the ATX Open
Westwood Country Club has very limited parking on-site, so they are encouraging fans to use ride sharing to get to the event. There really is no public transportation that goes down near Westwood, so showing up in an Uber, Lyft or boat may be best way to arrive. For fans who want to drive, the tournament is offering park & ride passes at nearby Camp Mabry.