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Today at the Open: Aug. 29

August 28, 2017 - A view of Arthur Ashe Stadium at the 2017 US Open. (USTA/Brian Friedman)
Photo by:  (USTA/Brian Friedman)


Day Session: 9:30 a.m.
Evening Session: 6 p.m.

INsider Tip: Have your tickets ready - either in hand OR on your phone. To save time, please add your mobile tickets to your phone's wallet.


Spectrum Day: Spectrum welcomes tennis fans to the 2017 US Open. Spectrum is the official provider of free WiFi at the US Open. Look for US Open WiFi and connect to more than 300 hotspots throughout the grounds.

Deloitte Night: Deloitte is proud to welcome fans to Deloitte night at the US Open. Deloitte is the official professionals services sponsor of the US Open. Enjoy this evening’s matches!


Spectrum Day: Spectrum will be giving away Lip Balm at the East and South Gates (limited quantities).


The current king of men's tennis, Roger Federer, meets one of his heir apparents, rising American star Frances Tiafoe, in this evening match in Arthur Ashe Stadium. Federer is eyeing a record sixth US Open crown in New York this year, while Tiafoe is looking for his first Open victory after falling in a dramatic five-setter to John Isner a year ago.


Venus Williams - US Open American Express Fan Experience - 12-12:40 p.m. (photos)

John Isner - US Open American Express Fan Experience - 2-2:45 p.m. (photos and autographs)

Paul Annacone - Book signing at the US Open Bookstore - 2 p.m.

Photo Opportunity with Emirates Airline Cabin Crew in Court Of Champions area - 2:30 p.m.


US Open Bookstore: The US Open Bookstore at Court 16 carries a wide range of tennis books, including biographies, histories and children's books.


Streaming on .org and app: US Open fans based in the U.S. will be able to live stream matches from more than 10 courts per day on and the US Open App.


The US Open's signature lobster roll: The famous gourmet creation made with fresh, buttery lobster.

NEW FOR 2017

New Interactive Grounds Map: Navigating the US Open grounds has become easier with the debut of a new interactive grounds map that will become the attendee’s mission control. This location-aware, real-time “smart” map will allow fans on site to see real-time scores overlaid on each court, when their favorite players are practicing and where they are in relation to the nearest restrooms and dining options.

The map is integrated with the tournament’s Guest Info feature so that fans can ask direct questions to find specific services. The map is powered by geolocation services and more than 500 beacons on site.