- Tickets to see the Family Circle Cup women’s tennis tournament
- Where: Family Circle Stadium
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- Click here to view the full schedule and gate times.
- $35 for two tickets to watch Doubles and Single Finals on April 12th at 10:45 a.m. in 300-level general admission seating ($81.20 value)
- $125 for two Intro Packages to watch early round sessions April 4th-8th in general admission seating ($250 value)
- $225 for two Intro Packages to watch early round sessions April 4th - 8th in 200-level terrace level seating ($450 value)
2015 Family Circle Cup
With the field finalized, the 2015 Family Circle Cup promises clay court battles between some of the world’s top women’s tennis players. Defending champion Andrea Petkovic returns to Daniel Island to headline this year’s group, which includes eight of the top 20 players in the world. All told, 20 countries will be represented at this year’s tournament, including the United States, which will send nine players and one bald eagle as an honorary ball boy.
Meanwhile, attendees can enjoy the action during early week sessions or during Sunday’s finale, when both the singles and doubles brackets will be determined in championship matches. Squeezed in between net-hugging volleys and supersonic aces, special events amplify the week’s festive atmosphere with nightly activities, happy-hour drink deals, and live music. On Wednesday, all guests are encouraged to wear pink in support of Susan G. Komen for the Cure Lowcountry.
Family Circle Cup
Every spring since 1973, tennis fans of all ages descend upon Daniel Island in Charleston for the Family Circle Cup tournament, an annual showcase of the world’s top tennis players. The Cup’s historic legacy has made it one of the women’s tours most venerated tournaments—a reputation affirmed by its list of highly decorated former champions. Tennis legends Chris Evert, Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, and Serena Williams have combined to win 19 of the Cup titles, forcing them all to convert their ping pong tables into trophy storage mantles.