Los Angeles Open
The one-week tournament was held at the Los Angeles Tennis Center at UCLA, which was built to host the 1984 Summer Olympics. The latest format had a 28-player singles draw and 16-team doubles draw. Notable champions included Roy Emerson, Barry MacKay, Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Pete Sampras, Michael Chang, and Andre Agassi. In doubles, Bob and Mike Bryan won a record six titles.
This tournament, with prize money of $700,000, was one of the tournaments included in the Olympus US Open Series. The matches were played on the Straus Stadium court with a capacity of 6,500 and the 1,500-seat capacity Grandstand court. Special events during the tournament's run included Kids Day, Fashion Day, Valspar Performance Challenge, and a Legends Invitational Singles competition. This tournament began in 1927 at the Los Angeles Tennis Club and Bill Tilden was the first singles champion.
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