Western & Southern Open single session tickets on sale now
Single session tickets for the 2023 Western & Southern Open are on sale now. Fans can reserve seats to watch the world’s top tennis players in day and night sessions while enjoying nonstop entertainment.
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. The top-level Western & Southern Open attracts the best players in the world with the men’s event mandatory for top players, such as No. 1 and two-time champion Novak Djokovic, No. 2 Carlos Alcaraz and top Americans Taylor Fritz and Frances Tiafoe. The women’s field regularly sees nearly every player ranked in the world’s Top 25 including No. 1 Iga Swiatek and Americans Jessica Pegula and Coco Gauff, who are both ranked in the Top 10.
Tickets for all 16 sessions of the 2023 tournament that takes place Aug. 12-20 include reserved Center Court seating along with access to the other seven match courts and nine practice courts. Access to all public food and drink offerings and free general parking are included with single session ticket purchases.
Along with witnessing the best players from both the ATP and WTA tours, attendees will enjoy an upgraded fan experience around the tournament site including restaurants with elevated food offerings, signature bar areas, live musical performances, an interactive fan zone, Kids Day, player Q&As and premium on-site shopping opportunities. Fans love the impromptu autograph sessions at the players’ entrance, which is accessible to all. The proximity to the world’s best players is one of the hallmarks of the Western & Southern Open.
Full Series and multi-day Mini Plan ticket packages are also available. Last year these sold out in June and July, respectively. Additionally, the tournament offers outstanding premium options including the reimagined Grandview Club. All tickets may be purchased online at WSOpen.com.
Since becoming a single-week tournament in 2011, the Western & Southern Open has attracted nearly 2 million spectators, including ticket buyers who have traveled to Cincinnati from all 50 states and 39 different countries. International broadcast agreements deliver coverage to more than 126 million viewers in over 192 global markets.
The Western & Southern Open is held annually at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio.