Top Three In-Demand US Open Tennis Sessions

We are less than two weeks away from the beginning of the 2014 U.S. Open. Last year’s men’s champion Rafael Nadal will seek to win his third U.S. Open championship, having won in 2010 as well. Serena Williams will look to win her third straight U.S. Open championship and sixth total.  Both will face stiff competition with Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray all expected to participate in the 2014 U.S. Open, while Serena will have to fend off her sister Venus.  The Williams sisters recently matched up at the Rogers Cup with Venus defeating Serena in three sets, the first time Venus was on the winning end of the sisterly battle in five years.

For fans looking to attend any of this year’s U.S. Open tennis sessions, we here at TicketCity have U.S. Open tickets available.  Below is a breakdown of the session that have the highest demand based on the average ticket price available on the secondary market.

1.)    Session 24: Men’s Semifinals, Women’s Doubles Final

The four heavyweights of men’s tennis right now – Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray – would potentially drive the current average ticket price of $905 even further north if all four advance.  Chances are two or three of them at the minimum will be playing in the semifinals so fans will certainly get their money’s worth.  Session 24 also sees the women’s doubles final where Czech Republic stars Andrea Hlaváčková and Lucie Hradecká will look to repeat.


2.)    Session 26: Men’s Final

The final session, number 26, has an average ticket price of $826 currently with a get-in of $140. This price will fluctuate greatly depending upon who makes it to the final.  If it’s a matchup of any two of the four aforementioned superstars, than expect prices to remain relatively the same with a gradual decline being any change.  US Open finals tickets will most likely decrease if only one of those four advance to the final and expect prices to absolutely plummet if none of the four make it.  The one caveat? If an American can somehow advance to the final, expect demand to stay relatively the same.  John Isner, who recently advanced to the 2nd round of the Western & Southern Open in his tune-up for the U.S. Open, is probably the most likely to American to reach the Final and become the first American to take home the title since Andy Roddick did so in 2003.

3.)    Session 22: Men’s Quarterfinals

Tickets for Session 22, the men’s quarterfinals, currently have an average ticket price of $530 with a get-in price of $78.  While the semifinals and finals have more at stake since the competitors are one step closer to taking home the silverware, quarterfinals tickets for $78 is a fantastic deal.  Four matches that will most likely be occupied by the majority of the top ten tennis players in the world?  Everyone has their different preferences, but this is our recommendation for the best deal to see some great tennis matches at the U.S. Open.




Brian Stacey is a longtime tennis fan, often tweeting his thoughts over at @Roddickulous. He still believes that Andy Roddick will win a Wimbledon title and has eternal optimism about US Men's tennis.