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US Open Tennis Tickets

The US Open is one of four Grand Slam tennis tournaments in the world and is the most prestigious tennis event in the Americas. US Open Tennis Tournament tickets are some of the most sought-after tickets in sports as tennis fans from around the country & world travel to New York in late Summer to see the premiere tournament in the United States. The US Open is a two-week tournament played at the USTA Tennis Center in Flushing, New York. The US Open is a mandatory event for top 30 tennis players in the world, ensuring a star-studded draw. The atmosphere (particularly for the night matches in Ashe) is electric. The number one court at the US Open Tennis Tournament is Arthur Ashe Stadium. Reserved courtside seats are also available in the number two court, the newly built Louis Armstrong Stadium. The recently built Grandstand, the number three court also features reserved courtside seating for the first eight Day sessions.

US Open Grounds Passes are available for the first eight Day sessions of the tournament. Grounds admission allows access to all the side courts in addition to general admission areas of Louis Armstrong Stadium and the Grandstand. Grounds passes do not allow access to Arthur Ashe Stadium, however fans who buy US Open tickets to sessions at Arthur Ashe Stadium have the same grounds access.

2019 US Open Tennis Schedule

The 2019 US Open Tennis Tournament begins on August 26th. Most days have two sessions; a daytime session and evening session. Each session requires a separate ticket. Day sessions often squeeze in more tennis action, while the evening sessions typical feature the marquee matches. The US Open Women's Final is Session 23, which is set for Saturday, September 7th. The US Open Men's Championship played in Session 24, which is on Sunday, September 8th. The complete US Open Tennis schedule is below. TicketCity has US Open Tickets for all ticketed sessions at the three main courts. We also offer Grounds Admission Passes.

The US Open typically releases the match schedule (i.e.- which players are playing in each session) the day prior to each session. The draw is announced just prior to the tournament starting.

US Open Match Schedule

Session 1: Opening Day - 1st round
Session 2: Opening Night - 1st round
Session 3: Tuesday Day - 1st round
Session 4: Tuesday Night - 1st round
Session 5: Wednesday Day - 2nd round
Session 6: Wednesday Night - 2nd round
Session 7: Thursday Day - 2nd round
Session 8: Thursday Night - 2nd round
Session 9: Friday Day - 3rd round
Session 10: Friday Night -3rd round
Session 11: Saturday Day - 3rd round
Session 12: Saturday Night - 3rd round
Session 13: Sunday Day - Round of 16
Session 14: Sunday Night - Round of 16
Session 15: Labor Day - Round of 16
Session 16: Labor Day Night - Round of 16
Session 17: Quarterfinals - Tuesday Day
Session 18: Quarterfinals - Tuesday Night
Session 19: Quarterfinals - Wednesday Day
Session 20: Quarterfinals - Wednesday Night
Session 21: Women’s Semifinals (Time TBD)
Session 22: Men’s Semis & Mixed Doubles Final (3pm)
Session 23: Women’s Final & Men’s Doubles Final (4pm)
Session 24: Men’s Final & Women’s Doubles Final (4pm)

* Day matches begin at 11am (Gates open at 10am)
** Night matches being at 7pm (Gates open at 6pm)
*** All times are Eastern. Schedule is subject to change.

Experience the US Open

The US Open is played at the USTA National Tennis Center. There are 17 tennis courts but the top three courts in order of importance are: Arthur Ashe Stadium, Louis Armstrong Stadium and the Grandstand. Reserved seats are available for all three stadiums. Grounds passes allow access to non-reserved areas of Louis Armstrong, the Grandstand and all other side courts, but not Ashe 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 Arthur Ashe Stadium has a retractable roof which closes for inclement weather.

US Open Tickets at Arthur Ashe Stadium

Courtside boxes

Courtside boxes get you so close to the action that you can often hear the players talking on the court. These are among the most prestigious seats at the tournament. It where you will find the who’s who of the tennis world and New York. Expect top ranked players to play all their matches here. Courtside level seats are located in sections 1 – 67. All seats are considered box seats, meaning each box is enclosed by railing. Most boxes accommodate 8 seats arranged across two rows (although the row number is the same), in the corners box sizes can vary. The first row in each section varies from either row AA followed by A, or A for side court seats. Corners and seats behind the baseline all begin at row E, making these much scarcer. Row H is the last row in most sections, with some sections featuring accessible seats on row J, there is no row I.

Typical box Seating configuration with Seat Numbers

8 7 6 5
4 3 2 1

A courtside box can be purchased whole or as individual tickets within a box. It is commonplace when you purchase more than a pair of contiguous seats to receive seat numbers in a piggyback configuration within the same box.

Loge level seats

Loge level seats are one level up from the courtside seats and provide a nice view of the tennis action. They include sections 101-136 with each section containing rows A-N. A nice option here is Loge 134, which are in the corner and sometimes noticeably cheaper than Loge seats on the baseline.

Promenade seats

Promenade seats (aka Prom) is one contiguous level with rows A-O classified as Lower Promenade and rows P-Z classified as Upper Promenade. The promenade is also stadium seating. The prom is the highest level at Arthur Ashe Stadium and includes sections 301 to 340. The promenade area offers a bird’s eye view of the tennis. Promenade tickets are a great way to feel the electricity of a world class US Open match-up at a value price. Dress warm for evening sessions, as it can be chilly in the higher rows.

Pro tips
Promenade seating can often be purchased at prices below the cost of grounds admission passes. All promenade tickets include full grounds access.

For day sessions, sitting on the west side of the stadium will help you avoid the sun. Sections 329-333 and 126-130 often have great shade during day matches.

US Open tennis events, or tickets, marked as “Grounds Admission Only” are general admission grounds passes which allow access to watch the matches on the courts surrounding Arthur Ashe Stadium and Louis Armstrong Stadium. Grounds admission passes DO NOT provide entry to Arthur Ashe Stadium or Louis Armstrong Stadium. Grounds admission passes are available to buy for the Day session only during the first week of the tournament.

Suites & Other Premium Seating

Ashe Stadium has two levels of suites located between the Courtside level and Promenade. Suites typically accommodate 20 guests and are sold in whole or in part depending on the sellers preference. Suites are rarely listed online but can be sourced from our 29 year network of suppliers. If you have an interest in a suite or other premium locations like courtside behind the server. Please contact us via a US Open Premium Seating request if you are unable to fill your needs online.

Louis Armstrong Stadium

Opened in 2018 as a replacement for the previous stadium (demolished 2016 ) of the same name. The new 14,000 seat Louis Armstrong stadium surpassed all expectations in 2018. It features a retractable roof and was smartly designed with a louvered façades to maintain natural ventilation. Courtside seating (Sections 1-18) is reserved only and is available for sessions 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, and 15. General admission areas open to those with Grounds Admission is located above the courtside level.

Grandstand at USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center

The Grandstand is the third most important court of the tournament. Like Louis Armstrong courtside seating is reserved and there is a general admission area above the courtside level. The stadium is the coziest of the three main courts 8,125 capacity.

Grounds Passes

One of the best kept secrets in sports is a day walking the US Open. The USTA has done an amazing job with the side courts and common areas of the tennis grounds providing a relaxing and invigorating experience at the same time. US Open grounds admission allows access to 16 out of the 17 courts at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The one exception being there is no access to Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Arthur Ashe Kids Day

Kids day kicks off the US Open with a musical performances by today’s top acts and appearance by tennis stars. Ashe Stadium hosts the ticketed stadium show, otherwise grounds admission is free. Past performers include : Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, Britney Spears and Backstreet Boys. 2019 Kids Day Features Latin pop group CNCO with Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic scheduled to appear.

How to get to the US Open

The US Open is played on the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, which is in Queens, New York. 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 a direct trip that leaves from Penn Station. You can use a car service, but should early enough to take in to account traffic. You can also drive yourself, but parking is limited - so buy a US Open parking pass early.

US Open Tennis Parking

TicketCity sells single session parking passes for all full series holder parking lots. Recommended lots include Lot H which is a very short walk to the grounds. Lot F is another good walking distance option, although it is a not a close as H. Parking Lot A allows for parking on the grounds next to Ashe Stadium and is the best lot if price is not an object.

US Open Tennis Parking

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Last updated: Apr 16 2019

US Open Tennis schedule 2019

US Open Tennis has 55 matches on the 2019 schedule, with tickets available for all matches. The last match on the schedule is 9/8/19 at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing.

US Open Tennis's next match

The next US Open Tennis match is 8/26/19 at Grandstand at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, Flushing at 11:00 AM local time. There are 601 tickets available for this match.