Results: 45 Record(s) Found.

Cilic, Azarenka Withdraw From Western & Southern Open

Marin Cilic, the defending men’s champion, and Victoria Azarenka, the 2013 women’s champion, have both withdrawn from the 2017 Western & Southern Open. Read More

Qualifying Action Headlines Opening Weekend at the Western & Southern Open

Players who have won a combined 10 titles during the 2017 season are among those who will participate in this weekend’s qualifying tournament at the Western & Southern Open. Read More

Western & Southern Open Grounds Passes Released for Select 2017 Sessions

The Western & Southern Open has released Grounds Pass tickets to select day sessions available on Ticketmaster. Read More

Andy Murray Withdraws Due to Injury

Andy Murray, a two-time Western & Southern Open champion, has withdrawn from the 2017 tournament citing an ongoing hip injury. Read More

Globili app translates signs, menus at Western & Southern Open

Globili, a free, multilingual app, will be available to translate the signs and menus at the Western & Southern Open, supporting more than 100 languages, starting Saturday, August 12, 2017. Read More

Four 20-and-Under Americans Awarded 2017 ATP Wild Cards

Four Americans aged 20-and-under have been awarded wild card entries into the men’s field at the Western & Southern Open Read More

Stan Wawrinka pulls out of Montreal and Cincinnati due to Injury

Stan Wawrinka has withdrawn from two upcoming ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournament – the Coupe Rogers in Montreal and the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati – due to a knee injury. Read More

2017 Women's Main Draw Wild Cards Announced

Two former Western & Southern Open champions – and former World No. 1s – are among four women’s wild card recipients announced today by the tournament. Read More

Novak Djokovic pulls out of remaininng 2017 season

A prolonged elbow injury forces the five-time Cincinnati finalist to withdraw from all future competition in 2017. Read More

2017 Player Field Announced

The player fields, which were also announced Thursday, include the 44 highest ranked players from the ATP World Tour as well as 39 of the 43 highest ranked players on the WTA. The initial field includes 14 Grand Slam winners who have captured a combined 69 Major titles. Read More
Results: 45 Record(s) Found.