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About Citi Open Tennis Tournament

Citi Open History

The Washington Open, named the Citi Open in 2020 with its leading sponsor, was founded in 1969 and has been held annually in Rock Creek Park, Washington, D.C., at the William H.G. FitzGerald Tennis Center. On and off as part of the U.S. Open Series, the tournament was held on clay until changing to a hard court format in 1986. The Citi Open has also maintained the tournaments history, by being part of both the WTA and ATP tours.

Tournament founders include, John A. Harris (Potomac Ventures Investments) and Donald Dell (ProServ International). It has been said that the late, great tennis champion, Arthur Ashe, had a hand in choosing the location of the tournament with his early support of the event coming to fruition.

The Washington Open in all its forms has been no stranger to controversy, with multiple changes in ownership rights for televising and broadcasting the event. With a back and forth with ESPN and The Channel, ending with the Tennis Channel as its broadcast partner for the foreseeable future.

Top men's singles players have fought for multiple championship titles at the tournament, including Alexander Zverev, Michael Chang, and most famously, Andre Agassi.

A Washington D.C. Tradition with Hopes of Welcoming Fans in 2020, Rescheduled to summer 2021

In 2020, the Women's Tennis Association has decided that the Citi Open will not host one of its tournaments. However, the tennis world, local D.C. fans, and many sports nuts alike, were focused on the Citi Open allowing spectators to attend the ATP tournament. Everyone was hoping for the chance to go live and in person to see the action on the court or at the least, watch from home. However, the tournament was unfortunately postponed to July 31-Aug 8, 2021. Cheap tickets will soon be available for the Citi Open, so get them when they go on sale, before they sell out!