Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic

A reminder to fans who hold tickets for Sunday's matches, the mixed doubles match will begin immediately following the conclusion of the legends match. Ticket holders should be in their seats by 12:30pm to be sure to not miss any of the action.

The Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic will celebrate its seventh anniversary in a big way September 15-16, with a weekend packed full of tennis and the game’s biggest stars.

Sisters Venus Williams and Serena Williams highlight a six-player lineup, which also includes current men’s players Kevin Anderson and Marcos Baghdatis, as well as tennis legends Carlos Moya and Marat Safin.


9:00am — 5:00pm - Transportation available from the Train Station across from Main Entrance 
9:00am — Gates open at Tennis and Fitness Center
10:30am — Autograph Session: Venus Williams and Serena Williams (Champion's Room)

11:00am — Autograph Session: Carlos Moya and Marat Safin (Champion's Room)

12:00pm – Women's Singles Match: Serena Williams vs. Venus Williams (Tennis & Fitness Center)
2:00pm – Men's Singles Match: Kevin Anderson vs. Marcos Baghdatis (Tennis & Fitness Center)
Following match – Autograph Session: Kevin Anderson and Marcos Baghdatis (Champion's Room)

8:00am - 3:00pm Transportation available from the train station across from Main Entrance 
8:00am – Gates open at Tennis and Fitness Center
11:00am – Legends Singles Match: Carlos Moya vs. Marat Safin (Tennis & Fitness Center)
Immediately following singles – Mixed Doubles Match: Kevin Anderson/Serena Williams vs. Marcos Baghdatis/Venus Williams (Tennis & Fitness Center)

* Schedule subject to change

Weather - In the event of inclement weather, matches may be delayed. Every effort will be made to play each match on the scheduled day at Center Court at Creekside. 




Lower Level Adult Ticket (general admission): $175 Sold Out
Lower Level Child Ticket (general admission): $60 Sold Out
Upper Level Adult Ticket (general admission): $60 Sold Out
Upper Level Child Ticket (general admission): $25 Sold Out

Serena and Venus Williams: $150 Sold Out 
Kevin Anderson and Marcos Baghdatis: $50 Sold Out 
Carlos Moya and Marat Safin: $50 Sold Out 

Please call 304-536-4905 to reserve ADA Seating.  Children ticket prices are for children ages 6-12.

Tickets will be mailed in August to those who do not choose the Will Call option.



The Greenbrier's Center Court at Creekside Tennis Stadium


Grand Opening: June 20, 2015

Architect: ROSSETTI

Size: 46,000 square feet with 2,500 seats

Court Surface: Deco-Turf

Site: The tennis stadium takes advantage of its location, featuring expansive views of Howard’s Creek, The Old White TPC and the mountains beyond while offering spectators an engaging viewing experience.


Venus Williams will be making her third trip to The Greenbrier, having participated in The Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic in 2016 and 2017, as well. Venus has been ranked No. 1 in the world on three different occasions and for a total of 11 weeks. She has won seven Grand Slam singles titles and 14 Grand Slam doubles titles. Venus has also won four Olympic gold medals and nearly 800 professional singles matches.

Serena Williams will be making her first visit to The Greenbrier to join her older sister. Serena has been ranked No. 1 in the world on eight different occasions and for 319 total weeks. She has won 23 Grand Slam singles titles and 14 Grand Slam doubles titles. Like her sister, she also has four Olympic gold medals.

Kevin Anderson, 31, is currently ranked No. 8 in the world in men’s singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals. A professional since 2007, the Johannesburg, South Africa native, who now resides in Gulf Stream, Florida, has won four career singles titles and one career doubles title. He most recently won the World Tennis Championship in Abu Dhabi and he was the runner-up at the 2017 U.S. Open, where he lost to Rafael Nadal.

Marcos Baghdatis32, has been playing professionally since 2003 and has won four career singles titles and a doubles title. He reached as high as No. 8 in the world in 2006, the same year he was the runner-up in the Australian Open after losing to Roger Federer. A native of Limassol, Cyprus, Baghadatis has 21 wins over top 10 players, including beating both Nadal and Federer in 2010. 

Carlos Moya, 41, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of his French Open title in 1998, when he defeated fellow Spaniard Alex Correjta in straight sets in the finals. He was ranked as high as No. 1 in the world in 1999 and won ATP Tour singles titles in 11 different countries. He was the runner-up in the 1997 Australian Open, falling to Pete Sampras in the finals. Currently, Moya serves as one of the trainers for 16-time Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal.

Marat Safin, 38, is a two-time Grand Slam champion, having won the U.S. Open in 2000 and the Australian Open in 2005. He was ranked No. 1 in the world in 2000, and he became the first Russian player to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2016.