• Win the ultimate Sky Sports experience

    Calling all tennis fans - this is your chance to win the ultimate Sky Sports experience with a trip to the US Open in New York for you and a friend.

    Last year’s US Open saw Andy Murray become the first British male tennis player to win a Grand Slam singles title since the legendary Fred Perry in 1936.

    See if Murray can repeat his outstanding feat with two tickets to the men’s US Open tennis final and the chance to meet the Sky Sports presenting team.

    Jetting off to New York, you and a friend could spend four nights in the heart of the Big Apple in the build-up to the last Grand Slam final of the tennis season. It's the perfect way to round off your summer.

    To be eligible for this prize, you must be available to travel to the USA on Saturday 7 September, returning to the UK/ROI on Wednesday 11 September 2013.

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    Competition closes at 11.59pm on 12 August.

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    To celebrate the amazing line-up on Sky Sports HD, fans across the country have the chance to win some ultimate Sky Sports experiences.

    After sending one lucky winner off for the ultimate weekend of sport, we then saw more winners enjoy an exclusive Lions rugby experience and the exhilarating British Grand Prix.

    And now, with the first part of the Ashes double-header well underway, there are just
    two more chances for you to win the ultimate sports experience this summer.

    You could win a huge Barclays Premier League prize to kick start the new season, plus, you have the chance to see Britain’s tennis hero Andy Murray defend his title at the US Open tennis tournament.

     

    And after his amazing Wimbledon win, we can’t wait to see the British number one take on the world’s best in New York this September.

    Don’t miss the US Open live from 26 August on Sky Sports HD.