Don’t miss center court action as John Isner, returning champion of the 2011 and 2012 Winston-Salem Opens, as well as tennis legends Andy Roddick, James Blake, Mardy Fish and Michael Chang all compete during the tennis event of the season — the Winston-Salem Open. With daily events like player clinics, shopping, lunches and fan appreciation bonuses, plus a daily ticket price starting at just $5, you don’t even have to follow tennis to enjoy this family friendly event.
Better still, the entire event helps raise money for local non-profit and charitable organizations. Since its inception, the Winston-Salem Open has helped to raise much needed support for students in Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools middle school athletic programs, and helped bring back Cross Country programs and expand Tennis to all middle schools in Forsyth County.
IF YOU GO, HERE’S WHAT TO KNOW:
Held August 19-26, 2017, at the Wake Forest University Tennis Complex adjacent to BB&T Field, the 2017 Winston-Salem Open promises four days of non-stop action. It is the final tournament in the nine-city series leading up the U.S. Open.
WHAT: Winston-Salem Open ATP World Tour 250 Event
WHERE: Wake Forest University Tennis Complex, 100 West 32nd Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27105
WHEN: August 19 (Qualifying), August 20-26, 2017 (Main Event)
BUY NOW: Tickets are available online starting at 9 a.m. Monday, June 5, and at the box office at Bridger Field House. For details or to buy now, click here.
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SINGLES DRAW: 48-player draw with four players coming from qualifying
DOUBLES DRAW: 16-team draw
QUALIFYING DRAW: 16-player singles draw
Want to watch the players practice? Wondering how the draw is made? Not sure if you can bring your own coolers and containers? (Hint: you can’t). Skim below for dates, tickets and general details. Or click here for a comprehensive list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the 2017 Winston-Salem Open.