Since 1899, the Cincinnati Open has been a staple in the Cincinnati community. The tournament’s first Community Day will take place Saturday, August 10 before match-play begins. Community Day is the perfect chance to get a sampling of what the Cincinnati Open is all about – catch the world’s top tennis talent practicing on all of the venue’s 21 courts, enjoy hours of live entertainment and family-friendly activities, shop new Cincinnati Open merchandise and sample the multitude of food and drink offerings on-site. Whether you’re a die-hard fan who’s eager to see what’s new or this is your first visit to the tournament, Community Day is for you.

All proceeds from Community Day tickets will benefit local charities. Tickets for Community Day and its events will go on sale Wednesday, July 10 here.

Event NameTimeLocationDetails
Community Day11 a.m.- 7 p.m.Lindner Family Tennis CenterTickets benefit Cincinnati Children’s
Canned Food Drive11 a.m.- 7 p.m.Outside the North GateBenefits Mason Food Pantry
Yoga Class with Body Alive8 – 9:30 a.m.Fan ZoneTickets benefit Inner-City Tennis Project
Workout with Race Street Athletics9 – 10:30 a.m.Center CourtTickets benefit Cincinnati Tennis Foundation
Taste the Tournament11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.Top Deck and OasisTickets benefit RIDE Cincinnati
Cardio Tennis Classes11:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.Court 4Tickets benefit USTA Midwest Tennis and Education Foundation
Exhibition Match2 p.m.Center CourtLegends to be announced
Making of the Draw3 p.m.Fan ZoneOpen to the public

About the Benefiting Organizations

Cincinnati Children’s

Cincinnati Children’s is a nonprofit health system and research powerhouse. It depend on your support to provide hope and healing to sick and injured children in Greater Cincinnati, across our nation and throughout the world. As it strives to be the leader in improving child health, your support helps Cincinnati Children’s transform care for children through innovative treatments, pioneering research and medical education.

Cincinnati Children's Hospital

Cincinnati Tennis Foundation

Cincinnati Tennis Foundation strives to make tennis and education available to all players year round, removing all barriers to access.  CTF offers a positive, community hub to learn, grow, and thrive through the sport of tennis.  The organization is committed to creating access to educational opportunities for under-resourced youth and supporting character building opportunities through sports based youth development programs.

Cincinnati Tennis Foundation

Inner-City Tennis Project

The Inner-City Tennis Project was established to provide an affordable tennis experience to children in Greater Cincinnati, with an emphasis on increasing the participation of inner-city youth. ICTP offers a variety of programs that provide quality instruction and a supportive, nurturing social environment, which will assist children to achieve personal goals both in the sport of tennis and in life.

Inner City Tennis Project

Mason Food Pantry

Mason Food Pantry serves the Mason community by providing food, healthcare products, household items, and toiletries for individuals and families who have temporarily come into financial hardship and need assistance.

RIDE Cincinnati

Ride Cincinnati is a grassroots bike event that raises money for life-saving cancer research and care. Ride Cincinnati is committed to elevating cancer research and care in the Greater Cincinnati area. To date, Ride Cincinnati has raised more than $8.1 million and funded 77 research grants locally.

Bike riders in a group

USTA Midwest Tennis and Education Foundation

The USTA Midwest Tennis and Education Foundation supports communities, programs and individuals to provide greater educational opportunities for youth and players with disabilities of any age across the Midwest Section.

The Foundation places emphasis on programs and activities that provide youth with a positive, fun and disciplined environment to learn the game of tennis in communities that might never otherwise experience it.

Young boy holds ball on tennis racquet