The 2024 Fayez Sarofim & Co. U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship will be held March 30 - April 7.
To facilitate access to the tournament, an expanded shuttle service will be in operation throughout the tournament week from Noon until the conclusion of the matches. The shuttle accommodation will provide guests who park outside the grounds a convenient option to arrive to the grounds quickly.
Complimentary bike cabs will be provided for our guests.
Parking is available on the side streets off of River Oaks Boulevard; please pay particular attention to and comply with the No Parking signs as posted. The shuttle vans and bike-cabs will be circulating throughout the area to bring you and guests to the front gate.
1600 River Oaks Blvd
Houston, TX 77019
Every fan finds a different day to his or her liking. There are more matches earlier in the week, but as the week progresses, the excitement builds as the field narrows.
The opening day of main draw play, Monday, April 1, will feature one session beginning at 2 p.m. There are two sessions each day, Tuesday through Friday. The day session begins at 12 noon, while the evening sessions will start at 6 p.m. Saturday play will begin at 1 p.m. and the Sunday Final will start at 2 p.m. Day session tickets can access stadium court until the end of last scheduled day session match, but are also good for all matches on outside courts until they conclude. The night session ends at the conclusion of the last match of the day, regardless of the location.
The tournament schedule can be viewed here
Gates will open one hour before the start of matches each day.
All tickets can be accessed through the Axs app. Click here to download the app for Apple devices and here for Google Play.
Check out our Digital Ticketing Guide for further assistance.
Children 3 years of age and younger do not require a ticket.
Outside food and beverage are not permitted on tournament grounds. Check out our 'Know Before You Go' section for a full list of prohibited items.
All payments on-site will be contactless. Fans are asked to bring their credit cards to the tournament. Cash will not be accepted.
Play can continue in a very light rain. At the discretion of the umpire and tour supervisor, play can be suspended if the conditions are unsafe. In that instance, play will resume when possible after the weather clears and the court is prepared once again for play. The best way to stay current with any delays is by checking the tournament's Twitter feed.
In the event weather results in a session being cancelled, the Rain Policy will take effect.
USTA members are eligible for a discount on both season and daily tickets. If purchasing for a group of 10 or more, discounts are available. Please call the box office for more information.
The draw is made in accordance with the ATP Tour rules. First, the seeds (the highest-ranked players in the draw) are placed in the draw (No. 1 on the first line, No. 2 on the last line and then the others in alternating order on pre-determined lines). Once the seeds are in place, the other players are drawn at random and placed on the empty lines -- starting at the top and going down the draw until it is filled.
During the tournament, the schedule is made daily and usually is available around 6 p.m. It is then posted on the Schedules page.
No. In a single elimination tournament, only one player advances and since no one knows who will win or lose, no one knows who will play when.
Typically the first round matches are played over Monday and Tuesday, and the second round over Wednesday and Thursday. There are exceptions to this, so it is recommended to check the daily schedule to see when each match will be held.
The tournament schedule can be viewed here
Yes. Matches will be played on as many as two outer courts that all fans with tickets have access to.
Yes. Any fan with a ticket can watch players practice on the outer courts. The daily practice schedule will be updated every morning so that fans can know when and where their favorite players will be hitting.
Please click here to learn more about how to become a volunteer for the 2024 tournament!
To learn more about the process of becoming a ball kid for the 2024 U.S. Men’s Clay Court Championship, please click here.
Yes. Broadcast schedule will be released closer to the tournament. In 2023, the tournament was broadcasted on the ESPN app.
Check out the full broadcast schedule here.
We’re proud to offer WiFi powered by Spark Energy during the tournament. All you have to do is look for the network ‘USCLAYGUEST’ while on the tournament grounds, and you’re good to go. Note, laptop computers usage is prohibited on tournament grounds according to ATP Tour regulations, so use of the WiFi is limited to your smart phones.
This year, the USMCCC has designated an Uber drop & pickup location right outside of the ROCC gates. Your driver can drop you off & pick you up here.
There will be heavy traffic in the area surrounding the Club, so please follow all signs and directions from traffic officials as you head to the drop off/pickup area.