Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) June 09, 2012
Since 1881, the US Open Championship (formerly known as the United States Open Tennis Championship) has been one of the most honored traditions in tennis, drawing thousands of loyal spectators each year to see their favorite tennis stars compete for Grand Slam glory. This year will be no different with an already exciting showcase of talent coming from qualifying rounds around the world.
Earlier in May, Las Vegas, NV native Brian Battistone bludgeoned and swatted his way to an unconventional, yet well-won victory over his stunned opponent, claiming the men's title for the US Open National Playoffs Southwest Section Qualifying Tournament. US Open Tennis tickets are now available to watch this new player with what officials called "cracking groundstrokes and a volleyball-style serve" compete against some of the world's top athletes. Will his unconventional style match up against seasoned pros like Rafael Nadal at the end of the summer?
Another reason to purchase US Open Tennis tickets lies in the headline-grabbing Maria Sharapova, who enjoyed another unorthodox victory to keep her career Grand Slam dreams alive after an exciting and dramatic French Open victory over opponent Li Na, the defending French Open champion from 2011. Sharapova will go on to compete at the 2012 US Open Championship at the Louis Armstrong Stadium in Flushing, NY.
While tennis may have a reputation for being a posh sport, tickets are available for shockingly low prices, both general admission and court seats. Prices of individual tickets are selling for prices under $35.00, but selling fast as the summer months race by. Most sections of US Open Tennis tickets are already sold out as loyal fans rush to claim their spot witnessing sports history.
The 2012 US Open Tennis Championship begins August 27th, 2012 and runs through September 9th, 2012.
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