Winston-Salem Open - August 20-27, 2016
2016 Tournament Information coming soon!!
Now in its fifth year, Winston-Salem proudly hosts the Winston-Salem Open (WSO) at Wake Forest Univeristy. The WSO is the last ATP World Tour 250 event prior to the US Open. Last year's tournament brought more than 40 of the world's top 80 players including Sam Querry, Jurgen Melzer and John Isner, a North Carolina native who has won the WSO twice. The Open is held August 22-29, 2015 at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex adjacent to BB&T Field.
“World-class players like John Isner, Tommy Robredo, Sam Querrey, Jerzy Janowicz and Jurgen Melzer are attracted to Winston-Salem year after year because of the outstanding hospitality, fan support and volunteers that our community offers,” said tournament director Bill Oakes. “We’re equally excited that this year an elite group of other young Americans like Jack Sock, Steve Johnson, Donald Young and Bradley Klahn will compete in the tournament.”
“If you want to see the next generation of American tennis, the Winston-Salem Open will be the place to be this August,” Oakes added. “That speaks volumes about the Winston-Salem Open, which is just four years old. We will fill the remaining slots with other incredible players and look forward to having another blockbuster tournament this year at the Wake Forest Tennis Complex.”
Wake Forest Tennis Center
100 West 32nd Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27105
The tournament is a nationaly televised broadcast on Tennis Channel and ESPN2, including the singles final broadcast by CBS. For more information please visit www.winstonsalemopen.com.
For ticket purchases click here. Please know that all sales are final and no refunds will be given once purchased.
About the Emirates Airline US Open Series
Now in its eleventh season, the Emirates Airline US Open Series continues to serve as a true regular season of hard court tennis, linking nine summer tournaments to the US Open. Fans follow the action throughout the summer during national broadcast coverage while players battle for $40 million, including a chance for bonus prize money at the US Open. The Series collectively reached a U.S. television audience of 39 million and drew more than 800,000 on-site fans in 2011. In 2012, Emirates Airline became the title sponsor of the Series, as well as the official airline of the US Open. The Emirates Airline US Open Series is also supported by sponsors American Express, Chase, Citizen Watch Company, and Esurance.