The US Open Tennis Championship is Here

US Open Tickets at TicketsatWork.com

Calling all tennis fans: The US Open Tennis Championship is here – and we have tickets.

The US Open is one of the world’s most exciting tennis tournaments, with top players, passionate crowds and celebrity sightings. Plus, the matches play out in New York City – in the heart of Flushing, Queens, just a quick subway ride from Manhattan.

The US Open (through Sept. 9, 2018) has a formidable history, dating back to1881. The tournament is now one of the four prestigious Grand Slam events, along with Wimbledon, the French Open and the Australia Open.

Thousands of fans pack the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center every day to catch a glimpse of their favorite players. The marquee matchups take place in Arthur Ashe Stadium, the largest tennis stadium in the world, with a capacity of more than 23,000, and Louis Armstrong Stadium, a brand-new court with a retractable roof.

In 2018, American Sloane Stephens is back to defend her crown as women’s singles champion and Rafael Nadal takes the court to keep his title as last year’s US Open men’s singles champion. The biggest and brightest stars in tennis are scheduled to play with Roger Federer as the number two seed on the men’s side. Serena Williams, after giving birth to her first child less than a year ago, has quickly risen to the top of the ranks again and is expected to finish strong, along with her sister Venus.

Don’t miss out – this is your chance to see the best tennis in the world up-close. We have great deals on tickets, so you can catch all the action. Choose day or night sessions in the early rounds or get sought-after tickets for the Quarterfinals, Semifinals, and even the Men’s and Women’s Final.

By Craig Nelson

 

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