- One ticket to a San Diego Aviators tennis match event
- Where: Valley View Casino Center
- Door time: One hour before the opening match
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Seating Options and Dates
- $20 for loge premier seating (a $48.25 value)
- $35 for court-side seating (an $86.25 value)
For each of the seating options above, choose a match:
- Against the Springfield Lasers on Sunday, July 20, at 5 p.m.
- Against the Texas Wild on Tuesday, July 22, at 7 p.m.
- Against the Austin Aces on Wednesday, July 23, at 7 p.m.
The Scouting Report
Competing as part of Mylan World TeamTennis, the San Diego Aviators close out their inaugural season later this month with three matches in four days. Back on Monday, July 7, the Aviators made their debut with a 23-11 victory over Andy Roddick and the Austin Aces. They’ll shoot for similar results during these final three showdowns, each of which will feature top-ranked doubles champions Bob and Mike Bryan, as well as women’s tennis star Daniela Hantuchova.
At every World TeamTennis event, fans enjoy one set each of men’s and women’s singles, men’s and women’s doubles, and mixed doubles. The team that wins the most games wins the match-up. But these events feature more than just tennis: a party atmosphere surrounds the court, complete with contests, prizes, and post-match autographs. Plus, fans are encouraged to cheer loudly during points, unlike traditional tournament tennis, where fans can only clap when the ball boy plays a saxophone solo between sets.
San Diego Aviators
Prior to 2014, San Diego has hosted several Mylan World TeamTennis squads, but not since 1984-85, when the San Diego Buds won the league championship. The Aviators, however, landed in early 2014, receiving their name thanks to San Diego’s long history of military and commercial aviation. The current team—made up of some of the sport’s most successful stars—takes to the court inside Valley View Casino Center, a venue intimate enough for fans can hear players talk or notice the marionette strings that bring chair umpires to life. A raucous, party-like environment surrounds every match, too, punctuating the fan experience with interactive games and plenty of cheering.