Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) July 03, 2012
Heartbreak and celebrations abound as the late qualifiers for the 2012 US Open Tennis Championship are currently underway. Seasoned professionals and young hopefuls alike are competing at qualifier events all over the United States, hoping for their shots at elite tennis glory, and a few lucky fans have already cleared their schedules for a chance to witness miraculous upsets, and thrilling victories. US open tennis tickets are some of the hottest selling sports tickets this year, and analysts expect tickets to run out before the qualifying rounds are complete.
This week, Midwest Sectional Qualifier games sported play from veterans like Chris Wettengel, and fresh faces in men's singles, like Northwestern University tennis player Raleigh Smith, two players competing today for their shots at the 2012 US Open Tennis Championship. US open tennis tickets are only expected to increase in price as the lineups for the championship are further set in stone.
US Open tennis tickets are selling fast for all three arenas hosting the 2012 US Open Tennis Championship, including the famous National Tennis Center, Arthur Ashe Stadium, and Louis Armstrong Stadium.
The 2012 US Open Tennis Championship only continues to increase in popularity, and the U.S. Tennis Association has recently announced that they plan to upgrade the existing tennis center in Flushing Meadows, New York to hold an additional 10,000 fans each day of the two-week Grand Slam tournament festivities. This will increase the seating capacity by about 50 percent. Currently, roughly 700,000 loyal fans make the trip to the National Tennis Center each year to witness their favorite tennis athletes compete for one of the most coveted trophies in the sport.
Since 1987, the US Open Tennis Championship has been the fourth and last tennis major that makes up the Grand Slam sought after by countless tennis pros each year. The modern form of the tournament is actually a form of the U.S. National Championship, one of the oldest tennis championships played today. First played in 1881 in Rhode Island, the prestigious event now takes place each year at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York City.
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