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Tickets for Fed Cup Still Available

December 3, 2013 02:58 PM

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., December 3, 2013 – The USTA today announced that tickets for the United States’ 2014 Davis Cup and Fed Cup by BNP Paribas World Group First Round ties will both go on sale to the general public on Friday, December 6. USTA Members, however, can purchase their tickets early with a special USTA-only presale held December 4-5. Details on how to purchase tickets are below:

USTA Discount Code: FEDCUP14


Member Only Pre-Sale – Wednesday and Thursday December 4-5, 2013

  • Tickets go on sale at 10am ET
  • Purchase online by CLICKING HERE
  • Via Phone at 888-334-8782
  • Use Code FEDCUP14
  • For more info, go to www.USTA.com/FEDCUP
  • Must have a valid USTA Membership Number ready when placing Order
  • Each purchase is limited to a max of 12 tickets
  • Tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last

Tickets for the Fed Cup First Round versus reigning Fed Cup champion Italy at Cleveland’s Public Auditorium, February 8-9, will go on sale at 10 a.m. ET. An exclusive pre-sale for USTA members begins on Wednesday, December 4, for both events (starting at 10 a.m. PT for Davis Cup and at 10 a.m. ET for Fed Cup) and will continue through Thursday, December 5 (or while supplies last).

Tickets are sold as two-day packages. Prices for the two-day packages range from $70 to $175. Additional ticket fees apply. Tickets can be purchased:

  • by visiting www.usta.com/fedcup
  • by calling 888-334-USTA (8782)

Fed Cup play begins on Saturday, February 8, with two singles matches and is followed by two reverse singles matches and the doubles match on Sunday. The winner of this match will advance to face either Spain or the Czech Republic in the semifinals, April 19-20. Ohio will be hosting Fed Cup for the first time. Davis Cup was hosted in Cleveland 10 times between 1960 to 1979, including the 1973 Davis Cup Final at the Public Auditorium, where the U.S. lost to Australia. This match will mark the fourth meeting between the U.S. and Italy in the last six years. While Italy has won the last three match-ups, the U.S. leads the overall series, 9-3. The U.S. last defeated Italy in 2003.

Tennis Channel will present live daily coverage of both the U.S. Davis Cup and Fed Cup ties. Fed Cup is the world’s largest annual international women’s team competition (96 countries have entered for 2014). The U.S. and Italy are among the 8 nations eligible to win the 2014 title as part of the elite Fed Cup World Group. The United States leads all nations with 17 Fed Cup titles, the last coming in 2000, and holds an overall 143-33 record. For more information, including access to player and historical Fed Cup records, please go to www.usta.com/fedcup or www.fedcup.com.

Wilson is the official ball of the Fed Cup Teams.