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US Open Tennis - Grand Slam Tournament
The US Open is one of the most illustrious tennis championships in the world. This historic Grand Slam never fails to be packed with the best and most exciting players, old and new. From the first rounds to the spine-tingling finals - you won't be able to take your eyes off the court! Buy your US Open Tennis tickets on StubHub in advance.
US Open Tennis - nail-biting action from start to finish
Watch as the greatest tennis players in the world serve up a big helping of non-stop drama, nail-biting play and thrilling action at the fourth of the Grand Slam tournaments. The US Open is always unpredictable, with rising stars pitted against world class veterans as they all battle it out to lay their hands on the US Open trophy. Witness dreams that come true and those that are shattered, and where world champions such as Serena Williams, Andy Murray, and Rafa Nadal have all made history. Are you looking for US Open tickets? Get to see all the action unfold at this prestigious Grand Slam tennis event in New York, when you buy your US Open Tennis tickets here on the StubHub website. 2019 promises to be no less exciting and you can be guaranteed that the atmosphere of each match will be electric!
One of the world's oldest and most prestigious tennis tournaments
Check the StubHub website for the latest information and buy your US Open Tennis tickets here! Formally known as the United States Open Tennis Championships, the US Open evolved from the US National Championship, which was established back in 1881, making it one of the oldest tennis championships in the world. It is also considered one of the greatest tennis tournaments in the world, and is the last of the four Grand Slam tournaments that take place throughout the year - the others being the Australian Open Tennis, the French Open Roland Garros and Wimbledon. It is held after the Wimbledon Championships over late August and early September. The competition takes place on hard courts and consists of five main categories: men's singles, women's singles, men's doubles, women's doubles and mixed doubles. The tournament is unique because tiebreakers are also played in the final sets for men and women, instead of continuing play until one player is leading by two games in the final set to win. Why watch all the drama unfold on TV when you can see it for yourself courtside?
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