Citi Open (USA) August 1-7, 2022
Co-founded by Arthur Ashe, Donald Dell, and John A. Harris, in 1969, the Citi Open in Washington, D.C. is one of the oldest and most prestigious tournaments on the ATP Tour and one of only 13 ATP 500 tournaments worldwide. Held annually in Rock Creek Park since the inaugural tournament, the Citi Open is also the fourth-longest running pro tennis tournament in the U.S. and the longest-running tournament in a public park. American Andre Agassi holds the record for most titles in the U.S. capital, winning five in 1990-91, ’95 and ’98-99. Past champions also include all-time greats such as Ashe, Ken Rosewall, Jimmy Connors, Ivan Lendl, Yannick Noah, Andy Roddick, Juan Martín del Potro, and more.www.atptour.com
Book your tickets directly from one of the airports listed below or SUBMIT a request to plan your own itinerary. If you need to book accommodation, take a moment to review the hotel recommendation for Washington ATP500.
|DEPARTURE||ARRIVAL||ECONOMY CLASS||BUSINESS CLASS|
|Amsterdam||Washington||1024 EUR||1864 EUR|
|Brussels||864 EUR||2004 EUR|
|Frankfurt||1024 EUR||1884 EUR|
|Lisbon||1015 EUR||2249 EUR|
|Madrid||944 EUR||1956 EUR|
|Paris||1049 EUR||2197 EUR|
|Rome||888 EUR||1689 EUR|
|Vienna||954 EUR||2745 EUR|
|Warsaw||866 EUR||2212 EUR|
|Zurich||1092 EUR||2966 EUR|
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