Pittsburgh PA (PRWEB) February 17, 2013
The 2013 US Open Tennis Championships are a modern version of a long-standing tennis championship called the U.S. National Championship. For tournament organizers, the gamesrepresent the storied history of tennis in America. For fans that line up each year for US Open Tennis tickets, the games are an opportunity to see superstars like Serena Williams, Andy Murray, Sara Errani, and Victoria Azarenka in action. An short public sale each year also gives fans a limited timeframe during which tickets can be purchased directly from tournament organizers. Fortunately, third- party ticket exchange websites like HeadlineTickets.com regularly keep US Open Tennis tickets available right up to the tournament date.
The US Open Tennis Championships are made up of five different events, each with their own champions. The most popular events each year are the singles tournaments for both men and women. Other events such as doubles for both males and females, mixed doubles, and special events such as tournaments for senior citizens, junior players, and wheelchair tennis player round out the US Open Tennis schedule. Each game is played on an acrylic hard court, and are often split between multiple stadiums. The 2013 US Open Tennis Championships will take place at the Arthur Ashe and Louis Armstrong Stadiums in Flushing, NY.
Many famous tennis players have won multiple US Open Tennis Championships, often consecutively. Roger Federer stunned tennis fans from 2004 to 2008 when he won a record-breaking five consecutive US Open Tennis titles in Men's Singles. Chris Evans set the consecutive US Open titles record for Women's Singles when she captured her four titles from 1975 to 1978. Other notable past players in the US Open Tennis Championships include:
Serena Williams (four-time champion)
Steffi Graff (five-time champion)
Bill Tilden (seven-time champion)
John McEnroe (four-time champion)
Jimmy Connors (five-time champion)
Third-party ticket exchange websites like HeadlineTickets.com regularly handle US Open tennis tickets, and have the added benefit of offering all tickets without fees, helping to keep prices low. Although some fans consider US Open Tennis tickets expensive when compared to other professional sports, all net proceeds from ticket sales are used to further tennis education in the United States by the USTA, a non-profit entity.
The 2013 US Open Tennis Championships will begin on August 31, 2013 and continue until Session 26 of the Men's Final on September 9. US Open Tennis tickets are available for the entire championship schedule or individual events for a limited time only.
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