Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic Open to Public on Monday

July 29 is Family Day and all are welcome on the grounds


SAN JOSÉ, CA (July 26, 2019) – On Monday, July 29, the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic will be offering a unique opportunity for fans to experience our enhanced tournament site at San José State University. In honor of Family Day and our Kids Day Tiebreaker Session, the tournament grounds will be open to the public at no charge.

While visitors will still need to purchase a ticket to see the matches on stadium court, general admissions passes will be available at the box office for those wanting to experience all the activities throughout the site, including seeing some of their favorite players on the practice courts and even doubles matches on Court No. 1.

From fun Family Day games and activities to world-class dining options and the finest beer, wine, and cocktail selections, come out and see what the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic has to offer.

Now entering its 49th year, the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic is a weeklong WTA Premier event bringing the worlds of tennis and technology together in a festival of sports and entertainment. Highlighting the best the region has to offer, the tournament showcases locally sourced cuisine, fine wine and cheese selections, interactive fan exhibitions, premier hospitality options, and of course, incredible tennis action.

Featuring a 28-player singles draw as well as a 16-team doubles draw the tournament boasts $876,183 in prize money and serves as the opening women’s event of the US Open Series.

With several different ticket options available, the Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic has something for everyone. To purchase tickets go to or call 1-866-982-8497.

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