The 2019 US Open Tennis Championship

Posted by Vanessa Lotz | August 9, 2019 | Sports

The US Open qualifying rounds start next week on Monday 8/19, which means the real action is about to heat up on the iconic blue courts of Billie Jean King National Tennis Center when America’s Grand Slam gets underway in the grandest of ways!

Fan Week, is held from August 19 – 25 to help tennis fans get into the spirit with activities ranging from a Kids’ Zone Experience, player practices at Arthur Ashe Stadium, and the Qualifying Tournaments where 128 men and 128 women compete for their spot in the main draws.

Learn more about Fan Week here: https://www.usopen.org/en_US/news/articles/2019-07-24/built_for_the_fans_us_open_fan_week.html

Don’t forget that Events 365 offers VIP Experiences that include everything from a VIP tailgate party, Loge seating, all-inclusive gourmet F&B, an air-conditioned indoor lounge, outdoor rooftop bar and lounge and more!

View the Qualifying Tournament schedule here: https://www.usopen.org/en_US/about/eventschedule.html.

Once the Qualifying Tournaments have been completed and the schedule is released, you can be sure hear it from us first! Stay tuned!

With a few days left before the official start of the event, you still have plenty of time to get tickets to catch a piece of the excitement and be a part of tennis history right here in NYC!

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