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Winston-Salem Open individual session tickets go on sale June 23

Early Bird Special Pricing Available Until June 29

WINSTON-SALEM — Individual session tickets to the 2021 Winston-Salem Open will be available for purchase beginning June 23 at special “early bird” pricing.  The general on-sale date — including week-long box seats, group seating and regular pricing on individual session tickets — is June 30.  The Winston-Salem Open will take place Aug. 21-28 and will operate at full capacity.

“Our tournament this August promises to be a thrilling event for fans and will feature some of the best professional tennis players from around the world. The tournament will likely include a number of rising American players as well,” Winston-Salem Open tournament director Jeff Ryan said.  “As a thank you and incentive to our loyal fans, we’re offering early bird pricing for a week beginning June 23.”

Ryan said the entire playing field will be announced next month. Tennis Channel is set to exclusively broadcast all sessions of the 2021 Winston-Salem Open per the schedule found via:  winstonsalemopen.com/tournament_information/tv_schedule/.

For more information on the Winston-Salem Open and upcoming ticket sales and special packages, go to winstonsalemopen.com/.

About the Winston-Salem Open

The Winston-Salem Open is an award-winning ATP World Tour 250 event and a 501(c)(4) non-profit based in Winston-Salem. It hosts a 48-player draw in singles and 16 teams in doubles. The 2021 event will take place from Aug. 21-28 at Wake Forest University with prize money totaling more than $700,000. It serves as the men’s finale of the summer-long U.S. Open Series during the week prior to the U.S. Open. For more information and the latest updates, please visit any of the following resources:

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