When does US Open Tennis 2014 Schedule Start?

by Sami

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Wondering when does US Open Tennis 2014 schedule start? I was looking for the first day of the 2014 US Open tennis tournament start date online and had trouble finding it!

I figured if I was wondering, someone else might be too!

The US Open 2014 tennis schedule begins on Monday, August 25 and runs through September 8.

Technically, qualifying play has already begun at Flushing Meadows, but Official First Round tennis matches don’t begin until this Monday, August 25, 2014.

The Arthur Ashe Kids Day is Saturday, August 23, 2014 and although it is sold out, you can watch coverage on CBS from 12-1:30 EST.

I have mixed feelings about the US Open because it’s one of my favorite tennis tournaments (the crowds, the city, the night matches, it’s in the USA!), but I’m also sad because it marks the end of the Grand Slam competition season until the Australian Open begins January 12-25, 2015.

I also have never been to the US Open.

Well, that’s a lie. I was finally able to go on Labor Day in 2000 when I was in NYC for a friend’s wedding, but it literally rained the entire day! I didn’t even get to see one ball bounce! So I just hung out on the grounds all day and soaked up as much history as I could!

For those of you that don’t know, I’ve played tennis almost my entire life, including as a college student at Emory University:


As a freshman on the Emory Tennis team

and as a G.O. for Club Med where I just recently returned to test my skills!

Even if your’e not a tennis player, do you like to watch the US Open?

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