Tickets on Sale for New Zealand-South Korea Davis Cup Match at Hall of Fame

August 10, 2021

August 10, 2021, NEWPORT, R.I. – An exciting weekend of international team tennis is heading to Newport, Rhode Island in September! Tickets are on sale for the upcoming Davis Cup by Rakuten World Group I between New Zealand and Korea, Republic to be held on September 17 & 18 on the grass courts of the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

Davis Cup by Rakuten is the largest annual international team competition in world sport. One of the cornerstones of the tennis calendar, Davis Cup provides players with the chance to represent their country in an otherwise individual sport.

Tickets for the event are $30 per day, which includes access to see the tennis and to visit the Museum at the International Tennis Hall of Fame. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, August 10 at 10 am on

“We’re thrilled to welcome the New Zealand and Korean teams to the International Tennis Hall of Fame. The Davis Cup is one of the most storied and historic events in the tennis world, and it’s our pleasure to host the event at the place where tennis history is celebrated year-round,” said Todd Martin, International Tennis Hall of Fame CEO and a past competitor for the US Davis Cup team.

Of note, the ITHF’s campus has hosted Davis Cup twice before. Exactly 100 years ago, in 1921 the Australasian Davis Cup team, then representing Australia and New Zealand played a tie against Japan at the venue, then known as Newport Casino. Additionally, the ITHF hosted the Spain v. USA Quarterfinal Round in 1991.

“The chance to play our tie at such a prestigious venue as the International Tennis Hall of Fame is very special for tennis in New Zealand. It’s never ideal to be unable to play in your own country, but we asked our players to look at it as an opportunity—which surface would you choose to play on? They said grass, and here we are about to play at one of the best grass court venues in the world. We can’t wait for September,” said Tennis NZ High Performance Director Christophe Lambert.