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2024 ACC Tennis Championship Tickets on Sale Now

2024 ACC Tennis Championship Tickets on Sale Now

CHARLOTTE, N.C. ( – Tickets are now on sale for the 2024 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships, set for Wednesday, April 17, through Sunday, April 21, at the Cary Tennis Park in Cary, North Carolina.
Single day tickets are priced at $10 for adults (ages 18 and older) and $7 for youth ages 17 and under. Admission is free for children 9 and under. ACC college students get in free with school ID.
A full championship pass for all five days is priced at $25. 
Tickets may be purchased online at

All seating for the tournament is General Admission.


First-round action at this year’s ACC Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships will begin on Wednesday at 10 a.m. (men’s) as well as noon and 3:30 p.m. (women’s). Matches will continue through Sunday’s championship matches, set for 10 a.m. (men’s) and 2 p.m. (women’s). 

Thirteen ACC teams are ranked across the latest men’s and women’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Top 25 rankings.

On the men’s side, Virginia is No. 2 in the nation, followed by No. 6 Wake Forest, No. 14 Duke, No. 15 Florida State, No. 16 NC State and No. 24 North Carolina. With six teams in the top 25, the ACC has the second-most of any conference.

On the women’s side, Virginia is No. 6, North Carolina is No. 8 and NC State is No. 10. The three teams in the top 10 give the ACC the most of any conference. Additionally, Duke ranks No. 19, Georgia Tech is No. 20 and Miami is No. 21. Six teams in the top 25 is also the second-most of any conference.


ACC women’s tennis is coming off a successful 2023 season that saw North Carolina and NC State battle for both the ACC Championship and NCAA Championship titles. NC State defeated North Carolina, 4-1, to claim its first ACC Championship in program history in Cary, before the Tar Heels claimed the 2023 National Championship over the Wolfpack, 4-1, in the first-ever All-ACC NCAA Women’s Tennis Final in Orlando, Florida. It marked the league’s third national championship in women’s tennis and the first since Duke in 2009. Georgia Tech holds the conference’s only other NCAA women’s tennis team championship from 2007.  

Six ACC players – the second-most of any conference – are among the ITA top 25 women’s individual singles rankings, including two in the top…

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