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Once known as the U.S. National Championships, the US Open originated as a single men’s tournament held solely for entertainment purposes back in 1881. Not long after, women’s singles, men’s and women’s doubles and mixed doubles also became a part...more
If you love your tennis then this is a must. I cannot help but compare it to Wimbledon , which has the crowds , the atmosphere, the flowers. It also has the queues , distances to walk for food and cramped outside courts ( I...More
Love me my tennis. Second tine at this venue, first time at the newly built Grandstand and Louis Armstrong. First the positive. The Louis Armstrong re-build is great. Great airflow throughout , great vendor options and plenty of restrooms. I would have liked to have...More
A place where the well heeled and casual fans can mingle and have a great time
The place is EXPENSIVE and I know a few people who cannot or will not pay for the pricy tickets
The country club set who weigh their money, not...More
After many years saying we would go to the US Open we finally di for the first time. We came in for the quarters, semis and finals. The facility is top notch. Every court is nice and the Armstrong and Ashe are awesome. The retractable...More
The center is pretty easy to navigate the food options are varied for all palates ..not cheap
parking at citifield and exiting the lot can be a issue esp if there is a ball game on so I recommend to use subway or LIRR
Oh what a day; what a beautiful day...
A visit to this place is a must. We had a wonderful time touring the grounds and visiting the Arthur Ashe and Louis Armstrong Stadiums. What magnificent architectures! Saw Serena Williams & Naomi Osaka at practice.Also in...More
The USTA Tennis Center in Flushing NY gets better and better. I hadn't been here in a couple years - so seeing the new Louis Armstrong Stadium was awesome. Very well done; beautiful amenities and such a wonderful place to watch tennis. The Grandstand is...More
We took an extended Labor Day Holiday weekend and attended the 2018 US Open Tennis Championships and left wanting to go back.
This marquee international sporting event is every bit of the spectacle that you expect from watching it on TV.
Lots of choices for...More
I rated the us open with a 5. The facility is amazing. So many matches to see. Easy to get to off the 7 line train from grand central. Right across from citi field where my favorite team the Mets play. An immense sporting facility...More