Looking to buy the latest Cincinnati Open Tickets for the 2020 edition? Here we give out all the information on how to purchase those tickets.
The Cincinnati Masters, which, for sponsorship reason is also called the Western & Southern Open, is usually played right before the start of the US Open. Played on hard court surfaces, it’s a part of the US Open series with an immense amount of interest from fans all over.
Both, men and women, are a part of this competition with the tournament being included in the Masters 1000 on ATP and Premier 5 on the WTA circuit.
The Cincinnati Masters, or as it is also known, the Western & Southern Masters usually takes place in the third week of August. Being one of the nine Masters events in the ATP Calendar, it brings with it some top-level tennis for the fans to enjoy. If you are thinking of going for the Cincinnati Masters in 2020, we would like to provide you with all the information available on the tickets so that you can be well prepared for it.
Cincinnati in Ohio hosts this tournament every year and a plethora of top men and women tennis players feature in the competition. It kick-started in 1899 for the very first time and since then, it has been played each year in Cincinnati.
2020 Cincinnati Open Schedule & Dates
The 2019 Cincinnati Masters will be played from August 15 and go all the way up to August 23 when the men’s singles final will be hosted. Novak Djokovic and Kiki Bertens will start off the competition as the defending champions. The qualifying rounds for this year’s Cincinnati Open will kick-start a couple of days before the start of the main draw.
When do Cincinnati Open Tickets go on Sale for 2020?
The 2020 Cincinnati Open ticket sale kick-started from February 11, 2020 and according to the tournament director Andre Silva, there are tickets of every price available for fans depending on how close to the action they want to be. More information on the 2020 Cincinnati Open ticket release can be found here.
How to Buy 2020 Cincinnati Open Tickets?
As mentioned earlier, the tickets for 2020 Western & Southern Open will be on sale in February-March 2020. You can sign up with their official newsletter on their website to stay updated. This is where these Cincinnati Open tickets are available. That said, here’s how one could buy the Cincinnati Masters tickets for the previous season to get an idea of the process and cost.
Which site to use to buy these tickets?
As with most Masters events, you can buy tickets from the official website of the tournament. This is always the best and safest option to go with if all you are looking for are the tickets. The Cincinnati event offers tickets in various packages, let’s take a look at all of them so that you can choose an option that best suits your purpose.
Apart from that, the 2020 edition of the Cincinnati Open tickets can also be purchased from Ticketmaster.com or by calling +1 513-651-0303.
What is the Cincinnati Masters tickets price?
You can buy individual tickets from the official website for each day of the week, including the qualifying rounds on Saturday, August 10 and Sunday, August 11.
The starting prices of the tickets vary not just with the day, but also the session; starting from $10 for the first session to $76 for the final. Evening session tickets are cheaper than the day session tickets, at least for the first few days of the tournament. The tickets for the Championship matches on Sunday, August 18 start from $76 and will get costlier according to the seating you choose.
VIP Single Session Ticket
The VIP single session ticket starts from $150 for a session. It includes an assigned seat on the Centre Court for the session along with a parking space. It also includes all you can eat and drink service at the Powernet All-Inclusive Club.
The event also offers mini plan tickets, which are tickets for two consecutive days clubbed together. You can choose from the from the following options, which two days you wish to go for.
Opening weekend mini plan gives you tickets for sessions 1, 2 and 3on the opening Saturday and Sunday. The prices for these start at $48.
Monday-Tuesday mini plan gives you access to the first and second round matches of the Main Draw on 12 and 13 August. The prices for these two days start at $132.
Wednesday-Thursday mini plan allows you to watch all matches between 14 and 15 August of the middle rounds and round of 16. Prices start at $250.
Finals Weekend mini plan gives you access to the quarterfinals, semifinals and finals on Sunday between August 16 to 18. The prices for the same start at $358, and it also includes renewal rights for the next edition.
All of the above mini plans also include the same seat for every match and also parking in the North Lot.
If you wish to have tickets for all the tennis matches, you can opt for the full series tickets.
Courtside Box Seats
Price for the tickets (Level 100) ranges between $1,750-$2,950 per seat for all the 16 sessions during the week. These seats are within the first ten rows of the Centre Court. You will also get access to the Racquet Club.
North Terrace Box Seats
Price for the tickets (Level 500) ranges between $1,750-$2,150 per seat for all 16 sessions. You are required to buy the tickets for the entire box, which is four seats. It has a food and drink ledge in each box and also gives access to the Racquet Club and Slim Furniture Veranda Bar.
Grandview Box Seats
Price for the tickets (Level 700) ranges between $1,750-$1,950 per seat for all 16 sessions. These seats are located on the third floor of the South Building. It has a private lounge area with concessions and bar. Access to the Racquet Club.
All the above Full Series tickets also includes South Lot Parking and access to the Draw Party and FInals Brunch.
Level 200 Loge Seats
Price for the tickets ranges between $1,100-$1,950 per seat for all 16 sessions. The seats start from the 11th row onwards and the tickets aso give you access to the Draw Party.
Level 300 Pavilion Seats
Price for the tickets ranges between $780-$1,000 per seat for all 16 sessions. These are stadium seats located in the private pavilion which also gives access to the Draw Party.
Level 300 Terrace Seats
Price for the tickets ranges between $450-$790 for bleacher seating at the back.
All of the above includes parking in the North Lot.
These are the various different tickets and packages available for the fans. The tickets are yet to be put up for sale on the official website. We will update the information as soon as there is a new development.
If Cincinnati Open Tickets are Sold Out…
When some of the top players converge to feature in a tournament of the magnitude of the Cincinnati Open, there’s every likelihood that tickets for at least some of the sessions gets sold out quite quickly. Take the example of the 2018 edition of the Cincinnati Masters when the overall participation in the competition was 194,035 with 14 of 16 sessions sold out.
With the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic on the wrong side of their 30s, there will be every clamour possible to get them to feature in the tournament and for fans to get the tickets nice and early and watch them play.
What do you do if, like most tourists, your travel plans work out after the Cincinnati Open tickets are sold out for this year? Well, our suggestion always is to try out a secondary Cincinnati Masters ticket resale website like Viagogo, from where you are almost certain to get tickets but for a premium.
Needless to say the prices at these websites are more than those printed on the tickets but if there’s no other option left, this might not be such a big price to pay to watch these top players feature in the tournament. You can buy and sell tickets by registering here.
Stubhub is another of such websites, an option to buy these tickets for the Cincinnati Open in the secondary market. Cincinnati Open Stubhub tickets would also be at a premium but might not be as costly as the ones on Viagogo.
We will bring you the latest information on these tickets soon.
The latest Cincinnati Open Schedule and Order of Play can be found here.
What Happened in 2019 Cincinnati Open?
Daniil Medvedev and Madison Keys won the men’s and women’s singles titles respectively in 2019.
Keys, seeded 16th in the tournament, overcame wild-card entrant Svetlana Kuznetsova in the final, winning 7-5, 7-6, while Medvedev continued with his good form as he defeated David Goffin 7-6, 6-4 in the title-decider.
In the women’s section of the draw, top seeded Ash Barty lost in the semifinal to Kuznetsova, after the Russian had earlier sent the third seeded Karolina Pliskova packing in the quarterfinals. Sofia Kenin was the other semifinalist after she got past Naomi Osaka, the second seed, who retired from the match in the final set.
Medvedev shocked top seeded Novak Djokovic in the semi-final while the other members of the Fab Three did not last too long in the tournament. In fact, second seeded Rafael Nadal withdrew from the Cincinnati Open while third seeded Roger Federer went down to Andrey Rublev in the third round. None of the other seeds among the top eight even made it to the quarter-finals.