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Citi Open Players Dominate Grass Court Action

It’s been a great week for several Citi Open headliners with the grass court season in full swing overseas. We've got the latest on some of our top players with Wimbledon now just a week away. Read More
 

Citi Open Announces Strongest Field in Tournament History

Shapovalov, Keys, Tsonga, Bencic, Khachanov and Isner join blockbuster Citi Open field. Five Top 10 players, Grand Slam champions, Next Gen stars, and top Americans headed to D.C. New player additions join lineup that already includes Tsitsipas, Nishikori, Anderson, Stephens, Monfils, Andreescu, Auger-Aliassime, Kyrgios and Tiafoe. Read More
 

The Fight in France Continues

The year’s second Grand Slam is in full swing as the clay court season culminates with the 2019 French Open. Both the men’s and women’s singles draws have been dwindled down to 32 players, with third-round play scheduled for Friday and Saturday. Read More
 

2019 Player Commitments

The Citi Open is thrilled to announce some of the word's best players from both the ATP and WTA Tours to descend upon the District. Our initial player list includes four top 10 players and many members of the entertaining next generation of compelling tennis talent rising through the rankings and winning titles each week. Read More
 

The Capital Tennis Tradition Continues

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The Capital Tennis Tradition Continues at the Helm of Kastle's Owner Mark Ein. Read More
 

Citi Open returns to US Open Series for 2019

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The Citi Open will return to the US Open Series this summer for the first time since 2014 following a new deal to keep the tournament in Washington, D.C. Read More
 
Results: 56 Record(s) Found.
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