By E.J. Crawford
The road to the US Open starts here.
The US Open Series kicks off its 14th season on Monday, July 24, with the start of the BB&T Atlanta Open main draw, turning up the heat on the summer hard-court season as we march toward the final Grand Slam of 2017: the US Open.
The men’s tournament in downtown Atlanta will be followed by the first women’s event of the 2017 Series season, the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford, Calif., with its main draw starting Monday, July 31.
The two Masters 1000/Premier 5 events of the summer campaign follow, with the Rogers Cup in Montreal/Toronto and Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. The Connecticut Open women’s event and the Winston-Salem Open men’s event round out the summer, with main-draw play starting the week prior to the US Open.
Click here for a complete schedule and ticket information to all seven Series tournaments.
And if you can’t make it in person, make sure to follow the action from home, with full coverage of the 2017 US Open Series on television and online via ESPN2, ESPN3, Tennis Channel and beIN Sports. That includes 70 hours of live match coverage on ESPN2, nearly 140 hours of live coverage on ESPN3 and more than 80 hours on Tennis Channel.
Click here for the full 2017 Series TV and streaming schedule.
Also highlighting the 2017 schedule are a series of Net Generation Kids’ Day and family events being held at each venue.
Click here to see what events are being held near you.