Citi Open Tennis Classic 2016 in Washington DC

Washington, DC's US Open Tennis Tournament

••• Rock Creek Tennis Center. Photo © Legg Mason Tennis Classic

The Citi Open, formerly the Legg Mason Tennis Classic, is a US Open Series Event with competitions for more than $1.8 million in player compensation on the court. The world class tennis event is recognized by the ATP World Tour as one of the top 20 tournaments worldwide. The Citi Open continually attracts the best men’s tennis players from all around the globe. It benefits the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation (WTEF), a non-profit organization that strives to improve the life of Washington, DC area youths through tennis, educational and community-based activities.

July 16-24, 2016

William H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center
16th & Kennedy Streets, NW
Washington, DC
Legg Mason Tennis Classic Tournament Hotline - 202-721-9500

The 7,500 seat tennis center, also known as Rock Creek Tennis Center, is located at Rock Creek Park, a division of the National Park Service.

Parking is very limited at the tennis center itself, so it is recommended that spectators take Metro to the Van Ness UDC station. Free shuttle service will operate every 10-12 minutes beginning one hour prior to the start of matches and will run until one hour after the last match. You may also park at the Van Ness UDC metro station and ride the free shuttle buses.

About WTEF

The Washington Tennis & Education Foundation is a premier educational and tennis organization for underserved children, providing the best quality instruction, resources, and mentorship to build life champions.

The organization's mission is to keep children off city streets and engage them in productive activities that instill self-pride and discipline. They also provide opportunities for children to obtain academic and athletic scholarships for college. For those not college bound, WTEF offers assistance in joining the work force and making constructive life choices.

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