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USTA enjoys US Open premium hospitality sales boost

Serena Williams prepares for her final US Open (Credit: Getty Images)

The United States Tennis Association has secured another commercial boost ahead of the US Open, with premium hospitality sales enjoying significant growth compared to the 2021 tournament and hospitality revenues nearly double that of the 2019 event.

Such has been the demand that luxury suites sold out in June, three months prior to the grand slam, which runs from August 29 to September 11 at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens, New York. Some suites cost more than $100,000 (€100,000) for select sessions.

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