US Open Tennis Championship Session 6 Tickets

US Open Tennis Championship is an iteration of US National Championship, which happens to be one of the oldest tennis tournaments of the world. The very first men’s singles for it contested back in 1881 and as of 1987 is considered as the fourth final tennis major that comprises of annual "Grand Slam." Other three tennis majors are French Open, Wimbledon and Australian Open. The event takes place every year either in the end of August and start of September and lasts for around two weeks with a huge viewership all around the globe. If you wish to catch the sensational matches of session six, you can now book US Open Tennis Championship Session 6 tickets in advance!

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About US Open Tennis Championship Session 6

US Open Tennis Championship consists of five main events which are women’s and men’s singles, women’s and men’s doubles, mixed doubles and tournaments for junior, senior and disabled players. AS of 1978, the games take place on an acrylic hard court at "USTA Billie Jean National Tennis Center" located in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, New York City. The tournament is run and owned by United States Tennis Association which was formed in 1881 and is the governing body of all tennis events within the United States.
US Open Tennis’ very first tournament took place in August of 1881 in Newsport Casino, Rhode Island on a grass court. The first person to win US Open was Richard Sears who continued to take away the title for next seven years as well. For first few years the tournament only held men games; however, six years later the very first Women’s National Singles Championship was introduced. The first tournament was held at the Philadelphia Cricket Club in 1887 which was won by a teenage girl named Ellen Hansell. The next year women’s doubles as well mixed doubles were also introduced.
US Open Tennis 2013 seasons defending champions will be Andy Murray in men’s singles, Serena Williams in women’s singles, Mike and Bob Bryan in men’s doubles, Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani in women’s doubles and Bruno Soares and Ekaterina Makaravo in mixed doubles. Serena Williams is one of the most successful women tennis players of all time. She has won Australian open five times, French open once, Wimbledon five times and US Open four times. She is winner of Olympic Games gold medals as well and has won three other championships.
Andy Murray is three-time Australian Open runner-up, French Open semifinalist, Wimbledon’s finalist and winner of the US Open. He is also Olympic gold medalist. A number of highly talented tennis players are going to compete this year. In order to see if the defending champions manage to "defend" their title or not, you should book US Open Tennis Championship Session 6 tickets in advance for now they have gone up for grabs!