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Get excited for new fan amenities at the 2024 Winston-Salem Open

The men’s professional tennis tournament is making changes focused on the spectator experience.

players on a hard surface tennis court at the Winston-Salem Open with packed stands.

You can get even closer to the action this year.

Photo by Winston-Salem Open

The Winston-Salem Open is focused on serving fans a world-class experience during the men’s professional tennis tournament. Thanks to fan feedback, organizers plan to expand services during the eight-day event Aug. 17-24. Here’s what you can expect:

  • More shaded seating areas around the Wake Forest University Tennis Complex
  • Dining options that include local food trucks
  • More bar areas with shaded seating

The cost of individual tickets will remain the same as 2023 for game sessions one through 12. Those tickets, along with Daily Double + Triple Shot mini packages, go on sale Wednesday, May 8 at 10 a.m. Week-long box seats are also available by reservation.

On-court seating will also be available to purchase this year. “Rally Row” will be directly behind sideline banners on the west side of the stadium. Each seat holder will get a session pass to the hospitality suite. Organizers say they expect the seats to sell out quickly.

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