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Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic

Annual Event at Center Court at Creekside!

Events & Holidays
The Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic will celebrate its ninth anniversary with a different twist. This year’s event, planned for September 13, 2021, will be part of the Champions Series Tennis Tour, with participants playing for a $25,000 first-prize paycheck.  

The annual celebration of The Greenbrier's rich tennis tradition will include four men’s superstars, with a pair of semifinals and a final all taking place in the intimate and picturesque setting of Center Court at Creekside Stadium.

SCHEDULE

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2021

11:00am — Clinic featuring Tommy Haas and Marcos Baghdatis
12:00pm — Clinic featuring Andy Roddick and James Blake
1:00pm — Player Party Lunch Q&A (All Players)
2:00pm — Backstage Experience (Meet & Greet with all players)
2:30pm — Semifinal (Haas vs. Blake)
3:30pm — Semifinal (Roddick vs. Baghdatis)
4:30pm — Final (Winners of semifinals)
* Schedule subject to change

Weather - In the event of inclement weather, matches may be delayed. 
 
FULL TERMS, CONDITIONS & WEATHER POLICY 

MATCH TICKETS:

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

Courtside (general admission): $100
Lower Level (general admission): $65
Upper Level (general admission): $30 

SPECIAL EXPERIENCE TICKETS:

VIP PACKAGES ON SALE NOW!

Player Party: $250

Includes:

  • One (1) Lower Level Ticket
  • Access for one (1) to the VIP Player Party, which will include:
  • Lunch
  • Open beer and wine bar
  • Exclusive Q&A sessions with all four players 

Backstage Experience: $500

Includes:

  • One (1) Lower Level ticket
  • Access for one (1) to the VIP Player Party
  • Exclusive access to pre-match backstage meet and greet with all four players
  • Accompany the players as they walk from the locker room to their TV interview and onto the court for the opening match
  • Autographed photo of participant with all four headlining players 

Play with the Pros Hitting Session: $1,145 for one or $1,895 for both

Includes:

  • One (1) Courtside ticket
  • Access for one (1) to participate in Play with the Pros session
  • Access for one (1) to the VIP Player Party
  • Autographed photo of participant with all four tournament players
  • Champions Series gift item

 

ROOMS AVAILABLE  

Limited rooms are available during The Greenbrier Champions Tennis Classic. Call  to book your stay. 

 

CENTER COURT AT CREEKSIDE

TENNIS STADIUM FACTS
Grand Opening: June 20, 2015
Architect: ROSSETTI
Court Surface: Deco-Turf
Site: The tennis stadium takes advantage of its location, featuring expansive views of Howard’s Creek, The Old White Course and the mountains beyond while offering spectators an engaging viewing experience. 

PLAYERS

Andy Roddick was the top American tennis player for nearly a decade. He finished nine consecutive seasons in the Top 10 in the ATP rankings and reached No.1 in the rankings in 2003. Roddick, best known for his powerful serve, won the 2003 U.S. Open and reached four other Grand Slam Finals.

James Blake began playing tennis as a member of the Harlem Junior Tennis Program at age 5. As a child, he had to overcome severe scoliosis which forced him to wear a back brace 18 hours a day. Blake, best known for his speed and powerful forehand, reached three Grand Slam quarterfinals and, in 2006, became the first African-American player since Arthur Ashe to reach the Top 10 in the ATP Rankings.

Marcos Baghdatis is a former World No. 8 singles player best known for his powerful serve and forehand. He achieved his best Grand Slam result as a 20 year-old at the 2006 Australian Open, beating Andy Roddick and Ivan Ljubicic, before falling to Rodger Federer in the final. That same year he reached the semifinals at Wimbledon.

Tommy Haas began playing tennis in Hamburg, Germany at age 4 before moving to Florida at age 11 to attend Nick Bollettieri Academy. Known for his powerful baseline game, Haas turned professional in 1996 and had immediate success. He reached the quarter-finals in his first ATP Tour event, falling to Pete Sampras, and achieved the World No. 2 Ranking in 2002. Haas went on to reach the quarter-finals at each of the Grand Slams and reached the semis at Wimbledon (2009) and three times in Australia (1999, 2002, 2007).