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Pro Tennis Events

2018 US Open

Wild Card Challenge

July 16, 2018
<h1>2018 US Open</h1>
<h2>Wild Card Challenge</h2>
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The USTA will award a singles main-draw wild card into the 2018 US Open to the American man and woman who win the US Open Wild Card Challenge.

MEN

The men’s wild card will go to the American with the highest cumulative total of ATP singles ranking points earned from his best three results during a five-week window, during the weeks of July 9, 16, 23, 30 and Aug. 6, including results from any professional hard-court event (qualifying and main draw) at the ATP Challenger level and above around the world. The tournaments over the five weeks include:

 

  • Week of July 9: Winnetka, Ill. $75,000; Winnipeg, Canada $75,000
  • Week of July 16: Astana, Kazakhstan $125,000; Gatineau, Canada $75,000
  • Week of July 23: Atlanta ATP 250; Granby, Canada $100,000; Binghamton, N.Y. $75,000
  • Week of July 30: Washington D.C. ATP 500; Los Cabos ATP 250; Chengdu, China $125,000; Segovia, Spain €85,000+H; Lexington, Ky. ADVERTISEMENT $75,000
  • Week of August 6: Toronto ATP Masters 1000; Jinan, China $150,000; Aptos, Calif. $100,000; Portoroz, Slovenia €64,000+H

 

WOMEN

 

The women’s wild card will be awarded to the American with the highest cumulative total of WTA singles ranking points earned from her best two results during the weeks of July 9, 16, 23, 30 and Aug. 6 (main draw only at the $60K events; qualifying and main draw in Washington, D.C., and San Jose) at the following tournaments:

 

  • Week of July 9: Honolulu $60,000
  • Week of July 16: Berkeley, Calif. $60,000
  • Week of July 23: Ashland, Ky. $60,000
  • Week of July 30: San Jose WTA Premier; Washington, D.C. WTA International; Lexington, Ky. $60,000
  • Week of August 6: Landisville, Pa. $60,000


See the men's fact sheet and women's fact sheet for more information.

 

Collin Altamirano and Jessica Pegula are in first place in the 2018 US Open Wild Card Challenge after Week 1 of play. Altamirano took the early lead in the men's standings after qualifying into the $75,000 Challenger in Winnetka, Ill., and reaching the semifinals. Pegula tops the women's standings after reaching the final at the $60,000 event in Honolulu. See below for the latest men's and women's standings:

As of July 16, 2018:
Men's standings | Women's standings

 

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