Multi-Day Packages Sold Out

Jun 15, 2023
Overshot view of center court with fireworks

Tickets for single sessions are all that remain available after all multi-day packages have sold out for the Aug. 12-20 Western & Southern Open.

This marks the second straight year that all ticket packages for the Western & Southern Open have sold out in June.

Tickets for the 16 single sessions include reserved Center Court seating along with access to the other seven match courts and nine practice courts. The single session offerings range from opening weekend access starting at just $21 to premium offerings to see the trophies lifted on Championship Sunday. 

The world’s top ranked players Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek, who both claimed the French Open titles over the weekend, are among those expected to participate when the ATP and WTA Tours meet at Lindner Family Tennis Center. Djokovic, whose win in Paris was a record 23rd Grand Slam triumph, is a two-time Western & Southern Open champion, having won the title in 2018 and 2020. The 22-year-old Swiatek claimed the French Open for the third time and brings her career Slam haul to four after winning last year’s US Open.

In addition to seeing the best players from both the men’s and women’s tours, fans can experience a range of restaurants, signature bar areas and live musical performances daily. General parking is included with single session ticket purchases.

The 2023 tournament will feature a new fan area with outdoor lounge seating, interactive entertainment experiences and a full lineup of programming. Autograph sessions, player Q&A events and Kids Day are all part of the experience in the heart of tennis in Cincinnati.

Tickets may be purchased online here and The tournament will once again be a fully digital ticket operation and fans will be able to access their tickets through the Western & Southern Open app. 

The Western & Southern Open is one of only five premier events globally to host an ATP Masters 1000 and WTA 1000 tournament in the same week 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 hosted nearly 2 million spectators, including ticket buyers who have traveled to Cincinnati from all 50 states and 40 different countries.