ATP Tour Official Tournament


Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Brenner Children's Hospital Kids' Day 

Saturday, August 19

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Brenner Children’s Hospital will be kicking off the Winston-Salem Open with its annual Kids' Day! There will be lots of excitement at Allegacy Field (499 Deacon Blvd.).

USTA North Carolina will be organizing the day’s activities. These activities center around the fundamentals, skills and fun of tennis. Brenner Children's Hospital Kids' Day is offered and FREE to the public. “Bo,” the Winston-Salem Open’s mascot, will be making an appearance along with some special guests. 

Brenner Children's Hospital Kids' Day participants will receive a Winston-Salem Open goodie bag and a ticket to Saturday's matches. Parents, chaperones, and siblings may receive an additional tournament ticket with a donation of three non-perishable food items for the Second Harvest Food Bank or five school supply items for Winston-Salem Forysth County Schools Educator Warehouse.

Here are lists of items most in need at the Second Harvest Food Bank and Educator Warehouse.

Parking will be free in the gold lot located directly in front of Bridger Field House and the Winston-Salem Open box office.

In the event of inclement weather, this event may be cancelled. The tournament will notify all participants via email.
Please note: every child must be accompanied by a chaperone who is 18 years or older.

Click here to register.

If you have any questions, please contact Megan Wilson.



Atrium Health is a nationally recognized leader in shaping health outcomes through innovative research, education and compassionate patient care. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Atrium Health is an integrated, nonprofit health system with more than 70,000 teammates serving patients at 40 hospitals and more than 1,400 care locations. It provides care under the Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist name in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina, region, as well as Atrium Health Navicent and Atrium Health Floyd in Georgia and Alabama. Atrium Health is renowned for its top-ranked pediatric, cancer and heart care, as well as organ transplants, burn treatments and specialized musculoskeletal programs. A recognized leader in experiential medical education and groundbreaking research, Wake Forest University School of Medicine is the academic core of the enterprise, including Wake Forest Innovations, which is advancing new medical technologies and biomedical discoveries. Atrium Health is also a leading-edge innovator in virtual care and mobile medicine, providing care close to home and in the home. Ranked nationally among U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hospitals in eight pediatric specialties and for rehabilitation, Atrium Health has also received the American Hospital Association’s Quest for Quality Prize and its 2021 Carolyn Boone Lewis Equity of Care Award, as well as the 2020 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Health Equity Award for its efforts to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in care. With a commitment to every community it serves, Atrium Health seeks to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing – for all, providing $2.46 billion last year in free and uncompensated care and other community benefits.

Winston-Salem Open is supported by