US Open Tennis Tickets

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What will the dates be for the 2016 US Open?
The US Open Tennis is held every year in August and September over a two-week period (the weeks before and after Labor Day weekend), so August 29th - September 13th, 2016 will be the dates for the 2016 US Open Tennis Tournament.

The main tournament consists of five different tennis event championships. They have the men’s and women’s singles tournament, the men’s and women’s doubles tournament and mixed doubles tournaments.

It seems like every year that the U.S. Open tennis tournament somehow gets better. That certainly was the case again in ’12 when the two-week event at the USTA Billie Jean National Tennis Center in New York City provided countless thrilling moments and matches from start to finish. There were some huge upsets as always, but plenty of marquee names made it to the later rounds, which culminated with a spectacular men’s final featuring Novak Djokovic against Andy Murray. That match was set up by two tremendous semifinals with Djokovic beating David Ferrer in a match that was suspended to due to weather and Andy Murray sneaking past Tomas Berdych. The Djokovic-Murray final had every seat filled at Arthur Ashe Stadium, and the U.S. Open ticket holders were treated to a great match that day as Murray managed to prevail in five thrilling sets. The women’s singles final was also memorable, as Serena Williams dominated Victoria Azarenka in straight sets. All in all, it was a great U.S. Open, and the next one should be just as good. So now is the time to order your U.S. Open tennis tournament tickets.

The U.S. Open is the largest of the four majors when it comes to seating capacity, and in many ways it could be said that it is more popular than the Australian Open, Wimbledon and French Open. Part of the reason for its popularity is the venue and location itself, as Arthur Ashe Stadium, which has a capacity of 23,200 as the largest tennis venue in the world, and the 10,000-seat Louis Armstrong Stadium are both great places to watch tennis. And of course New York City is a great place to visit and do some sightseeing when you are not watching tennis. GoTickets can even help you find some Broadway show tickets or New York City sports tickets for any other events you want to see. So order your 2016 U.S. Open Tennis tickets today.

At GoTickets, you can get US Open tennis tickets for all 26 sessions from beginning to end. Whether you want to sit courtside or find something more affordable in the upper level, we have the right US Open tickets for you. You can browse through hundreds of listings to find the right tickets based on your budget and your seating preferences.

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