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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
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Saw women's semi-final matches in 2018 and the men's final. There are no bad seats in the stadium. There's constant chatter and distractions though. A lot of good food selections. Suggest to buy food on the ground level before entering the stadium as it gets...More
All the stadiums are fantastic. 1 is open to the weather and 2 are able to be open or the top can close depending on the elements. There is so much going on within the Tennis Center. There are restaurants, stores to shop, and a...More
I went last month and I’m definitely going back! The site is large and there is lots to do. Food courts, gift shops, and lots of scintillating tennis action. We saw a men’s and women’s quarterfinal match and a men’s doubles semifinal. Also a big...More
Came here two days for the US Open in 2018 and loved every minute of it, though it was quite hot. The grounds are very nice. I really liked walking in by the old Worlds Fair globe water fountain.
Entry was easy. I did read...More
Waiting in line for pretty good take out is a bit expensive, but consider the venue and you'll take in the tennis and get something to eat as well. I chose the fish and chips and was overwhelmed with French fries. But we needed to...More
The facilities are amazing! Excellent security, concessions everywhere gift shops, food courts. The 22k stadium is impressive! And more importantly, being able to be present for Serena Williams finals this year, even more amazing... Grrat venus for friends and family!
We visited the tennis center for the US Open in September of 2018. This venue is amazing, starting with the great stadiums - Ashe, Armstrong (new this year with roof) and the Grandstand, and continuing on to the outer courts, court 17, the practice area,...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