WINSTON-SALEM (North Carolina) (AFP) - The final ATP mens tune-up tournament before the US Open will move to North Carolina from New Haven after a sponsorship deal ended for the 625,000-dollar hardcourt event. The 48-player event had been staged alongside a WTA tournament that will remain in New Haven, which is only 80 miles from New York compared to about 470 miles from New York to the ATP events new home in Winston-Salem. A new tennis facility will be built upon the campus of Wake Forest University for the event, which will debut August 21-27, 2011. It will feature a 3,500-seat stadium and two show courts with 1,500 seats each. Were thrilled about the ATPs new home, ATP executive chairman Adam Helfant said. Its terrific that the tour will visit Winston-Salem as part of its US summer swing. Most of the top stars take the week off before the years final Grand Slam tournament. Ukraines Sergiy Stakhovsky beat Uzbekistans Denis Istomin in this years New Haven ATP final.