The Western & Southern Open released GROUNDS PASS and INVENTORY UPDATES
WEDNESDAY DAY SESSION - The Wednesday, August 19 DAY session is completely sold out. No tickets, or grounds passes remain. Tickets will not be available at the tournament window, online or over the phone for this session.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT SESSION - A limited number of Center Court tickets for the Wednesday, August 19 EVENING session are still available, check Ticketmaster to buy and print at home or call tournament office.
Thursday day - A limited number of grounds passes still remain.
The Western & Southern Open released Grounds Pass tickets to select day sessions beginning at 10AM on Saturday, August 1. A grounds pass allows the bearer access to everything at the Lindner Family Tennis Center, except for Center Court.
Outside of Center Court, the venue has 15 other tennis courts; 7 of which are used for match play and the other 8 for practice viewing. Grounds pass holders can access any of those outer courts, which all provide first-come seating for the matches and practices. The Grounds Pass also allows the patron to visit the food and entertainment plaza, shopping areas and can view all the Center Court matches on the large video walls at the UC Health Match Point.
To give an idea of the volume of matches that can be seen on a Grounds Pass ticket, last year’s Wednesday Day Session saw 35 matches played, with only 3 occurring on Center Court. Stars such as Andy Murray, John Isner, Maria Sharapova and the Bryan Brothers played on match courts that were accessible to Ground Pass bearers. Fans can access the grounds as early as 9AM each day to take in some of the practice activity on outer courts.
Because of the price and popularity, the event is encouraging patrons to purchase grounds passes in advance as their availability is not guaranteed the day of the event.
To purchase grounds passes:
Visit Ticketmaster.com and select the one of the sessions above starting on August 1.
Call the tournament ticket office at 513.651.0303 (starting Monday August 3)