Get Close to Greatness at the 2015 US Open
Watch history being made between shopping and dining
Look, when it comes to the US Open tennis tournament, you can read all you want about the high purse ($44 million total) and who might walk away victorious (Djokovic FTW?).
Or you can actually attend the Open in person (August 31 to September 13).
Picture this: Strolling the grounds, you might pop into a Polo Ralph Lauren boutique, or sit down for some really good yellowtail sashimi.
Then you’ll settle in to watch the world’s best players face off with warrior intensity. (Pro tip: Do not sit down without the signature tournament drink--the Grey Goose "Honey Deuce" made with fresh lemonade.) Everyone’s anxious to see if Serena Williams can make history with a fourth Grand Slam title in a single calendar year and if tennis legends Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will finally battle it out in New York.
Buy some tickets (day passes start at $70) and catch the 7 train to the grounds, because there’s no substitute for--or bragging rights like--your own seat at the US Open..