Bank of the West Classic July 22 - 28
BB&T Atlanta Open July 20 - 28
Mercury Insurance Open July 29 - August 4
Citi Open July 27 - August 4
Rogers Cup (Women) August 3 - 11
Rogers Cup (Men) August 2 - 11
Western & Southern Open August 10 - 18
New Haven Open at Yale August 16 - 24
Winston-Salem Open August 18 - 24
2013 US Open August 26 - September 8
US OPEN SERIES NETWORK
Directions & Parking
Explore Atlantic Station
General Ticket Info
Group Ticket Sales
Stadium Court Ticket Map
Directions to Atlantic Station
Atlanta Text Club
2013 Main Draw Players
Bob & Mike Bryan
For the first time, the top men's doubles team in tennis history is coming to Atlanta. Bob & Mike Bryan, who hold the career men's and the Open Era Grand Slam doubles titles records, will be playing the BB&T Atlanta Open. The duo also are the reigning men's doubles Olympic gold medalists, which they won at Wimbledon. Both are musicians and play in the Bryan Bros. Band Featuring David Baron.
John Isner is a local favorite at the BB&T Atlanta Open and will play it for the fourth time in 2013. As a four time All-American for the University of Georgia, Isner led the Bulldogs to the 2007 NCAA Championship. Still loyal to the red and black, Isner draws a crowd of Georiga faithful to all of his matches. Known for his record long match at Wimbledon in 2010, Isner has soared to new heights this year having claimed victories over both Roger Federer and world No. 1 Novak Djokovic. A finalist in 2010 and 2011, Isner returns to Atlantic this year with his sights on the title.
Two-time champion Mardy Fish makes his return to Atlanta for the fourth consecutive year in July 2013. The No. 1 American had one of his best years on tour in 2011, winning the Emirates Airline US Open Series, reaching the finals of L.A. and Montreal, and appearing in the Barclay's World Tour Finals ranked No. 8 in the world. After a health setback in 2012, Fish is ready to take the court again and reclaim his title and No. 1 American ranking.
2012 Main Draw Players
Andy Roddcik won his last tournament at the 2012 BB&T Atlanta Open. He played his last match before retirement at the following US Open. He hae been the dominant American male player since he won the US Open and reached the No. 1 ranking in 2003. He is the last American male to reach either milestone. Roddick returned to the BB&T Atlanta Open in 2012 after appearing in 2010 and brings his mammoth serve, charisma, and magnetic star power.
Kei Nishikori reached the 2102 quarterfinals, where he faced countryman Go Soeda. That match was the first quarterfinal between two Japanese players in ATP World Tour history. Nishikori became the highest ranked male Japense player in history last October. With a punishing serve and incredible foot speed, Nishikori was a strong competitor in the 2012 BB&T Atlanta Open.
Hailing from South Africa, Kevin Anderson has been a force on the ATP World Tour. Winning titles in Johannesburg and Delray, Anderson has claimed wins over Andry Roddick and World. No. 4 Andy Murray. Anderson was a three-time All-American at the University of Illinois and led his team against Isner and the Bulldogs in the 2007 NCAA championship.
Jack Sock earned a wild card into the 2012 BB&T Atlanta Open main draw. He won the 2011 US Open mixed doubles titl e... and it sure helped that it was with metro Atlanta's own, Melanie Oudin. He also took home the 2010 US Open junior boy's title.
Comeback kid Brian Baker has accepted a wild card into the 2012 BB&T Atlanta Open. Sidelined from professional tennis for six years, Baker has mounted an inspirational comeback to the ATP tour that has taken him to the final of Nice, the second round of the French Open and the fourth round of Wimbledon.
Atlanta resident Donald Young played the BB&T Atlanta Open for the third consecutive year. Young was recently named to the 2012 Olympic team and will represent the US in the London Games after the Atlanta tournament this summer.
Rest of Player Field
Tickets Available Now
Playing This Year
© Copyright United States Tennis Association
. All Right Reserved.