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Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic in San Jose

Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic is Back in San Jose

Experience tennis in San Jose with picture-perfect days and volleys of sunshine.

For the second year in row, Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic lands in San Jose. Held at the new tennis facility off-campus at San Jose State University, the Silicon Valley Classic is the longest-running women-only professional tennis tournament in the world. The first stop of the US Open Series will bring all the big names in tennis to San Jose.

Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic will see star tennis plays like Amanda Anisimova, Danielle Collins, and Venus Williams – who made her professional tournament debut in the Bay Area 24 years ago. The Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic runs July 29 – August 4, 2019 with a special Kids Day on July 29th at the San Jose State University Tennis Complex.

Mubadala Silicon Valley Classic (photo courtesy of Lindsey Godwin, Miami Open Marketing)


When all the excitement has worked up a hunger, San Jose has great options from quick bites to fine dining. San Pedro Square Market and SoFA Market will please everyone in your group with global restaurants presented in an open market space. Both San Pedro Square and SoFA District also offer an array of sit-down restaurants to get your grub on without straying too far from the action. Get dressed up for dinner at ADEGA, Grandview or La Foret for a high-end experience you won’t forget.

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The Fountainhead Bar at SoFA Market (photo credit: Lanny Nguyen)


San Jose has several options for hotels in walkable areas. The Fairmont San Jose and DoubleTree by Hilton are Mubadala’s partner hotels. 

The Hilton, Marriott, AC by Marriott, Hyatt Place and DeAnza Hotels all reside in the Downtown core and are close to the tourney as well as restaurants, shopping and museums. Hotel Valencia on Santana Row will give you an all-star experience on one of the most luxurious strips in Silicon Valley.

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Fairmont Hotel pool (photo courtesy of Fairmont Hotel)


For sports history fans and selfie opportunists, take a quick Uber or Lyft – or an adventurous scooter ride – to the main San Jose State University campus to see the Olympic Black Power Statue honoring the silent black power protest of Tommie Smith and John Carlos at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.

Read more on San Jose sports history and other sports landmarks.

Olympic Black Power Statue, San Jose State University

San Jose is full of great shopping, hiking trails, museums and breweries to keep you busy between serves.

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GET YOUR TICKETS and take some time out for tennis it’s sure to be an ace in the hole. And, make sure to follow us on social and feel the #SanJoseLove.


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