The most highly-anticipated Davis Cup event in years, the 2007 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Final, featuring the United States and Russia, will be staged on U.S. soil for the first time since 1992.
“It's something that I know we as a team have been dreaming of for a while, having a home final,” said American Andy Roddick.
“I think we're all just really excited about the opportunity.”
In search of a record 32nd title, the United States has won the Davis Cup more than any other nation, and last won the competition in 1995.
The Memorial Coliseum in Portland, Oregon will host the three-day competition from Friday, November 30 through Sunday, December 2.
Two singles matches will be played on Friday, Nov. 30, the doubles rubber on Saturday, Dec. 1 and the two reverse singles matches on Sunday, Dec. 2. Exact match times for the three days of competition will be announced at a later date.
The 2007 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas World Final will be broadcast live on Versus with an encore prime time performance on The Tennis Channel.
Due to unprecedented ticket demand, the USTA Member Pre Sale Event held on Tuesday, October 9 sold out in record time.
The general public on sale event begins on Monday, October 15 at 10:00 am PST and can be charged by phone at 877-522-TIXX(8499) or by visiting www.comcasttix.com.
Tickets are only available in 3-day packages. No single day tickets are currently available. There is an eight (8) ticket limit per household. Any multiple ticket orders will be cancelled without further notice.
$600.00 Box, Rows AA-JJ
$420.00 Lower Level, Rows A-P
$210.00 Upper Level, Rows A-K
$90.00 Upper Level, Rows L-W
$90.00 Accessible Seating (1 seat 1 companion)
(Plus applicable service charges)
View the Memorial Coliseum Seating Chart
Advance parking may be purchased along with your event tickets. The cost is $39.00 for a 3-day parking ticket. Advance single day parking tickets are not available. Parking may also be paid for on site at a cost of $13 per day.
Final team nominations will not be announced until 10 days prior to the event. Until then, the USTA cannot guarantee that a specific player will be on the U.S. or Russia Davis Cup team.
For more Davis Cup ticket information, visit www.rosequarter.com.