2017 US OPEN TENNIS WILD CARD CHALLENGE

The USTA will award a singles main-draw wild card into the 2017 US Open to the American man and woman who win the US Open Wild Card Challenge.

2017 US OPEN TENNIS WILD CARD

MEN

For the men, the wild card will be given to a player based on his performance in any professional outdoor hard-court Challenger-level events and above held throughout the world over a five-week time period during the weeks of July 10, 17, 24, 31 and Aug. 7. The wild card will be awarded to the American player with the highest total of ATP singles ranking points, including points earned in qualifying and the main draw, from three of the following five tournaments:

  • Week of July 10 - $75,000 Winnetka, IL; $75,000 Winnipeg, Canada
  • Week of July 17 - $125,000 Astana, KAZ; $75,000 Gatineau, Canada
  • Week of July 24 - Atlanta ATP World Tour 250; $100,000 Granby, Canada; $75,000 Binghamton, NY
  • Week of July 31 - Washington, D.C. ATP World Tour 500; Los Cabos ATP World Tour 250; $125,000 Chengdu, CHN; €85K+H Segovia, ESP; $75,000 Lexington, KY
  • Week of Aug. 7 - Montreal ATP World Tour Masters 1000; $150,000 Jinan, CHN; $100,000 Aptos, CA; €43K+H Portoroz, SLO

WOMEN

For the women, the wild card will be based on performance in specific outdoor hard-court pro events taking place in the United States over a three-week period during the weeks of July 17, 24 and 31. The wild card will be awarded to the American player with the highest total of cumulative WTA singles ranking points at two of the following three tournaments:

  • Week of July 17: $60,000 Stockton, CA (main-draw points only)
  • Week of July 24: $60,000 Sacramento, CA (main-draw points only)
  • Week of July 31: $60,000 Lexington, KY (main-draw points only); Washington, D.C. WTA International Event (qualifying and main-draw points); Stanford WTA Premier Event (qualifying and main-draw points)


See the men's fact sheet and women's fact sheet for more information.

As of July 31:

Tommy Paul regained sole lead after Week 3 of the men's US Open Wild Card Challenge by reaching the quarterfinals at last week's BB&T Atlanta Open in Atlanta. Paul has earned 89 points so far in the challenge and has a decisive lead over fellow Atlanta quarterfinalist Chris Eubanks, who is in second place with 45 points. Sofia Kenin remains in first place with 109 points after Week 2 of the women's challenge. She holds a 14-point lead over Amanda Anisimova, who won the singles title last week at the FSP Gold River Women's Challenger in Sacramento, Calif., and has accumulated 95 points.

Share this

Related Posts

Previous
Next Post »