2016 Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic

The Greenbrier is excited to host the fifth annual Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic on September 17th & 18th featuring Pete Sampras, John McEnroe, Venus Williams and Shelby Rogers. Plan to join us at one legendary resort for two thrilling days featuring three marquee matches between four tennis legends!

Online Ticket Sales are No Long Available
Upper Level Tickets Will Available for Purchase at Center Court at Creekside
Saturday & Sunday, September 17 & 18, 2016
Sorry for the Inconvenience. 



10:00am – Meet & Greet TIME CHANGE - NOW 4:00PM
12:00pm – Singles Match: Venus Williams vs. Shelby Rogers
2:30pm – Singles Match: Pete Sampras vs. John McEnroe

12:30pm – Mixed Doubles Match: Sampras/Williams vs. McEnroe/Rogers

Weather - In the event of inclement weather, matches will not be postponed. If necessary, matches will be played indoors at their scheduled times.




Lower Level (general admission): $110  SOLD OUT
Upper Level (general admission): $60
Meet & Greet (with all four players): $100  SOLD OUT

Lower Level (general admission): $80
Upper Level (general admission): $40

Lower Level (general admission): $175  SOLD OUT
Upper Level (general admission): $85

Please call 304-536-1110 Ext. 7508 to reserve ADA Seating

Upper Level Tickets are still available for purchase for both Saturday and Sunday matches. Tickets may be purchased by visiting Will Call (located at Center Court at Creekside) from 9:00am - 4:00pm Saturday and 9:00am - 1:00pm Sunday.


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.



PETE SAMPRAS joined the professional tour at the age of 16 in 1988 and won his first pro tournament on February 12, 1990. In 1990, he also won his first US Open becoming the youngest champion at the age of 19 years and 28 days. He reached the No. 1 ranking for the first time in his career on April 12, 1993. Pete went on to win 14 Grand Slam titles (including 5 US Open and 7 Wimbledon singles titles) and held the year-end No. 1 world ranking for a record 6 consecutive years (1993-1998). In the last official tennis match of his career, Sampras defeated rival Andre Agassi in the final of the 2002 US Open. Pete was then inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in July 2007 and in April 2014 was appointed The Greenbrier’s Tennis Pro Emeritus.
JOHN McENROE is an iconic international tennis legend who drove legions of fans to tennis through his passionate play and unabashed candor. A former world number one professional tennis player, McEnroe turned professional when he was 17. He finished his career with 77 ATP singles titles and 71 doubles. He earned a remarkable seven Grand Slams singles titles, nine Grand Slam doubles titles and one Grand Slam mixed doubles title. He is also a former captain of the USA Davis Cup team and as a player he was part of four cup-winning teams. McEnroe was inducted in the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1999. He retired in 1992, and became one of the most colorful and insightful sports commentators on TV. McEnroe has supported a litany of world-wide charities throughout his career through his direct involvement and active participation.

VENUS WILLIAMS is an American professional tennis player currently ranked World No. 11 in singles. She has previously been ranked at World No. 1 in women's singles on three occasions. She has won seven Grand Slam singles titles, thirteen Grand Slam women's doubles titles, and two Grand Slam mixed doubles titles. Williams has also won four Olympic gold medals and is only the second player to win gold medals in singles and doubles at the same Olympic Games. With 49 career singles titles, Williams is behind only her sister Serena amongst active players on the WTA Tour.

SHELBY ROGERS is a Charleston, S.C., native, who has been playing professionally since 2009. She has won 160 career singles matches and is currently ranked No. 62 in the WTA Rankings after climbing as high as No. 49 earlier this summer. Rogers, who followed her sister, Sabra, into tennis when she was 6 years old, was home schooled during her high school years, allowing more time to focus on her tennis skills. She received numerous scholarship offers but decided to forgo college and turn pro. She won the USTA 18s Girls National Championship in 2010 to earn a spot in the U.S. Open, her first Grand Slam appearance. Since that time, Rogers has played in 17 Grand Slam tournaments, her best finish a quarterfinal appearance in the 2016 French Open. She has also competed in both doubles and mixed doubles at Grand Slam Events.