Now that we know that Andy Murray won Wimbledon… will he take another grand slam title home at the US Open? The best way for you to find out is to get your tickets using Championship Tennis Tours’ interactive seating map.
No other ticket broker provides an interactive experience that allows you to view available stadium locations and compare pricing online. Booking complete or custom packages has never been easier. Just click on seating levels for prom, loge or courtside and choose your budget. A pop-up screen shows an approximate view from the seats chosen to give buyers an idea of what they will see from the seat selected. All US Open tickets are available via free Fed-X shipping. All tickets on Arthur Ashe center court include first-come-first-served access to the action on outside courts.
Although she started out shaky in 2012 with an ankle injury in Brisbane, Serena Williams fought hard to come-back to claim her 15th grand slam title. She won the 2012 U.S. Open for the fourth time in her long career, beating out fierce competitor Victoria Azarenka. Can she do it again in 2013? With Andy Roddick retiring in 2012, after a final loss to Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina, adoring fans wonder if he will be cheering on participants this year from a seat in the stadium or coaching the next generation of tennis pros in the kids’ corner.
Considering Novak Djokovic’s frustration on the court recently, his loss to Nadal in the semifinal at Roland Garros and the crushing blow of losing Wimbledon, fans are wondering if distraction and pressure will rob him of victory at the US Open. One thing is certain, watching Andy Murray battle for the tournament championship is going to be emotionally charged for the players and fans.
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