New York Open Tickets
Event: New York Open
Location: Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, New York
Level: Men’s Professional Tennis
2020 Sponsors: Emirates, BLK, Pipeline Coffee, Laykold, Dunlop, USTA, PGA Tour Superstore, Orlin & Cohen Sports Medicine, Sipsmith London, Planet H2O, nylitennis Magazines
Notable Games: 2018 Kevin Anderson versus Sam Querrey (singles), 2019 Reilly Opelka versus Brayden Schnur (singles), 2018 Max Mirnyi and Philipp Oswald versus Wesley Koolhof and Artem Sitak (doubles), 2019 Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies versus Santiago Gonzalez and Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi (doubles)
New York Open TicketsThe New York Open, "Home of the Black Court," is the exciting tennis championship that replaced the Memphis Open in 2018. It begins with an expo and then proceeds to qualifying rounds and concludes with the finals. During the tournament schedule, there are a lot of special events for the audience, including the expo and first-round main draw. At the expo, there is free admission with the opportunity to meet the players, get autographs and play on the black courts. The New York Open is part of the ATP Tour 250, which is comprised of low-tier men’s tennis brackets compared to the rest of the ATP Tour. The 250 within the name denotes how many points the singles champion will claim. Get your New York Open tickets at StubHub.
Who is playing in this year's New York Open?2020's exciting matchup will see Kei Nishikori from Japan, Nick Kyrgios from Australia, Reilly Opelka from the United States, Kevin Anderson from South Africa and Brayden Schnur from Canada. Reilly Opelka was the 2019 singles champion and will be bringing his skills to the tournament this year. There is a total financial commitment from sponsors toward the tournament of $804,180, with a total prize of $719,320. These players from all over the world will compete on the Black Court for the major prize and title.
What is the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum like?The Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum is an indoor arena owned by Nassau County. It is used for ice hockey, basketball, concerts and tennis. Its size is a staggering 77 acres total, and it is able to house up to 16,000 fans. There is a large Daktronics scoreboard and jumbotron in the center of the arena, and multilevel seating is placed all-around the arena for viewing quality. One interesting fact is that the Coliseum is the second oldest arena that is still being used by NHL teams. It is a historical venue that has featured many famous music artists, including Elvis Presley, Elton John, the Beach Boys, Paul Simon, Led Zeppelin, Queen, the Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd.
When does the New York Open take place?The first New York Open occurred in 2018, which was held to replace the Memphis Open. The Memphis Open was held from 1977 to 2017 and concluded due to a lack of sponsorship funding. This year’s New York Open will take place from Feb. 9–16, 2020. It will be a riveting matchup this year, with the lineup including players like Isner, Raonic, Kyrgios, Querrey, Nishikori and Opelka. Peter Lebedevs, the Tournament director, stated that this year’s open has brought some of the finest players from around the world to make a competitive matchup for this year.
What special events are held in addition to the tournament?On Monday, February 10, there is a veterans and diversity hiring event as well as a captains club night. Tuesday will be Ladies Day, Stem Education Day and College Night. Wednesday will be the USTA Long Island Awards, and Thursday will hold a women's elevating experiences leadership brunch.
What are the Black Courts?The black courts are the new courts installed in the coliseum in 2020. These courts were put in for the ATP world tour, and after priming and preparing was completed, the courts were completely finished in a two-day installation period in 2018.
Where can I get New York Open tickets?StubHub, the biggest online ticketing marketplace, is where you can get your New York Open tickets to watch some of the most famous tennis players battle on the Black Court.
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