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Western and Southern Open Cincinnati Masters
August 10, 2019 - August 18, 2019
Lindner Family Tennis Center$34 – $78
Photo credit: wsopen.com
Order on the Court! Do you have your tickets to the Western and Southern Open Cincinnati Masters yet?
One of the most popular sporting events, the Western and Southern Open, also known as the Cincinnati Masters, is here so get ready.
The Cincinnati Masters lasts from August 10 – 14th at various times. For the remainder of the tour, tickets start at only $34.00. The breakdown of each section is below.
This year’s lineup includes Francis Tiafoe, Sloane Stephens, and Madison Keys. All three African-American players take the court on various days beginning on Wednesday, August 14th. The schedule is shown daily on the ATP Tour website. Check it for the latest news and match-ups.
Here are some quick facts to consider before attending:
Bag Policy – You may no longer bring backpacks to the Lindner Family Tennis Center. To see what bags you can bring, read the Bag Policy.
What if it rains? – If a Center Court match is complete OR 90 total minutes of play has taken place on Center Court during any one session, you will not receive an exchange or refund. If a session is canceled without the completion of one full match on Center Court or 90 total minutes of play on Center Court, the owner will receive a ticket at the same price level for the same session the following year.
What’s prohibited? – Leave those selfie sticks and drones at home. Also, other items such as firearms (regardless of permits), alcohol, hoverboards, professional cameras are not allowed. Be sure to check the complete list of prohibited items before taking an item.
Remember to check the site for complete rules and information. Enjoy the open!
About the Cincinnati Masters
First played in 1899 on the site of current-day Xavier University, the Open has been a fixture in the Queen City for more than a century. The champions list reads like a who’s who of tennis greats, with more than 100 International Tennis Hall of Famers having played in Cincinnati over the years.