When is the US Open Tennis 2020

November 8, 2019

US Open Tennis’ date is on a fixed date each year it is held in the United States. This is because ever since 1987, it became the final Grand Slam tournament of each year. So when the US Open Tennis is held must be on a fixed date in order to stay that way.

The tournament starts on the last Monday of August and runs for two complete weeks. For the year 2020, the 140th US Open, it will start on August 31st and run through September 13.

Who are the favorites in US Open 2020?

Other than previous champions like Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, or Serena Williams, this year’s biggest favorites and possible champions are the winners of the China Open in 2019. In women’s singles, Naomi Osaka is the biggest favorite alongside the previous year’s winner Bianca Andreescu. On the other hand, in men’s singles, things are a little bit different as Dominic Thiem never faced legends like Nadal and Federer.

Every rumor and the news are going to be definite as soon as the tournament starts on August 31st.

US Open 2020 Tickets

There are multiple platforms where you can purchase tickets for relatively lower prices as 2019 still hasn’t finished yet. The prices will go up significantly as soon as the event comes closer. So it is recommended that if you’re going to attend the tournament, you should get your tickets as soon as possible. For more information on where and how you can get tickets, visit our front page!