Serena Williams get ready to retired from the US Open Tennis tournament:
This US Open tennis tournament will be one of a kind thanks to Serena Williams.Serena williams husband Warmest congratulations on her achievement and her career.
Whether or not it is actually the final event of their long, eventful and influential playing career, and in professional tennis, perhaps more than any other sport, partings sometimes end in reunions. The two will begin a week of hard courts with a tournament starting Monday at Flushing Meadows to wrap up the 2022 Grand Slam calendar. It mainly revolves around Williams.
At least as long as she’s on the field. Williams will face her 27-year-old Danka from Montenegro and her sister Venus in the first round of singles at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Monday night, and will compete in doubles.
The focus on Williams is appropriate. That’s because tennis in general, and the open U.S tennis tournament. Open in particular, has revolved around Williams, who turns 41 next month, for much of the last two decades, and some after that. The undeniable racquet hand ability and relentless drive that has led to 23 major individual championships, a #1 ranking, and an Olympic gold medal is top notch, and that transcendent, attention-grabbing quality she possesses makes her super athlete.
What will be the U.S open Tennis tournament Ticket prices in 2022?
Of course, a lot of the price depends on when you go and who you want to meet. Prize money for Round 1 will be cheaper than participating in the Finals.
Tickets for Monday’s first round start at $146, and tickets for the men’s final at Arthur Ashe Stadium start at around $290, according to TicketSmarter. Courtside tickets for the men’s final go up to $16,200, and courtside tickets for the women’s final are around $8,100. Of course, those prices would go up significantly if Williams had a miraculous run.