Grandstand Court Tickets Now On Sale For Select Western & Southern Open Sessions
Limited Center Court Tickets Remain for Early Week Action
In response to the demand for tickets to several early-week sessions, the Western & Southern Open is now selling reserved seats on Grandstand Court for three sessions over the tournament’s first four days.
With Center Court nearly sold out, this new ticket inventory is on sale now on wsopen.com for the day sessions on Saturday, Aug. 12 (Session 1), Monday, Aug. 14 (Session 4) and Tuesday, Aug. 15 (Session 6).
In addition to the reserved Grandstand Court seat, these newly released tickets will allow patrons access to the six other match courts (not including Center Court), nine practice courts and all other public areas around the tournament grounds.
Saturday is the first day of qualifying and will also be full of activity as Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Kids Day is held. Monday and Tuesday afternoon sessions will feature first round matches.
The singles fields for the Western & Southern Open include the best women from the Hologic WTA Tour and men from the ATP Tour, led by World No. 1s Iga Swiatek and Carlos Alcaraz. There are 10 former tournament champions participating, nine players who have held the No. 1 ranking, and 17 players who have combined to win 55 total Grand Slam tournament titles.
The Western & Southern Open is one of only five events globally to host an ATP Masters 1000 and WTA 1000 tournament concurrently at the same venue, joining Madrid, Miami, Rome and Indian Wells, California.
Since becoming a single-week tournament in 2011, the Western & Southern Open has attracted nearly 2 million spectators, including ticket buyers who have traveled to Cincinnati from all 50 states and 40 different countries. International broadcast agreements deliver coverage to more than 126 million viewers in over 192 global markets.
Tickets for single sessions to the 2023 tournament are on sale now at wsopen.com and Ticketmaster.com. All multi-day ticket packages for this year’s tournament sold out by mid-June.