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3-2-1 Presale: Our Home

US Open fans are a characteristically vocal bunch.
The US Open was the first Grand Slam to offer equal prize money for men and women.
The US Open requires peak fitness and endurance from its competitors.

The one-day-only US Open Social Media Presale is Sunday, June 8, starting at 9 a.m. ET.

To take advantage of the Social Media Presale and secure your tickets to the 2014 US Open, follow and/or like us on your favorite social media channel. Then, return back to that social media site on June 8 to receive a special ticket promo code to enter on Ticketmaster.

For more, visit the Social Media Presale page on USOpen.org.

In advance of the presale, we’re unveiling our Top 3 reasons, in no particular order, of why the US Open is quintessentially New York.

1) Energy: This is the city that never sleeps – and that also extends to the US Open. Vocal day session crowds get even louder during the night session, while even the matches that extend into the early morning hours are filled with die-hard tennis fans who won’t leave until the last ball is struck.

2) Equality: The city that welcomes everyone was also the first Grand Slam to offer equal prize money for men and women. And while clay courts favor scrappy baseliners and grass courts reward powerful baseline play, the US Open is played on the most egalitarian of surfaces: hard courts.

3) Toughness: This is the world’s toughest tennis in the world’s toughest city. The humid conditions demand peak physical fitness and mental toughness. And the crowd is always vocal and into the action.

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