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Each year in the week before and after Labor Day, all eyes in the tennis world are on the USA for the prestigious US Open tournament. The last of the four major international events in professional tennis, the stakes are high, particularly if any...more
Flushing Meadow Corona Park, USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, Flushing, NY 11368
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Came here for a visit to the Arthur Ash stadium but was closed. Took a stroll around the Unisphere, Rocket Thrower and the Queens museum which were all nearby too. Worth a visit even when US open off season. On the long bucket list to...More
Great Venue! Everything is so well organized. The grounds are spotless and it truly is a great place to enjoy tennis!
It gets HOT. I highly suggest bringing a small seat cushion so you are actually able to sit on the metal bleachers and it...More
Very well organised event, comfortable seats great opportunity to get up close to see the players practicing. A great vibe and felt very safe. So good that the transport system was available at 2:30 am when the Nadal match ended !
We saw great tennis on the outer courts. Yes, you might not see Serena or Nadal. But, the tennis quality is just as good, maybe better, and you can move from court to court to watch, doubles, singles, mixed, etc.
It's such a great event but I feel taken advantage of because of the ridiculously expensive concessions. It was unbearably hot. $6.50 water and sodas make it and expensive day. Water refilling station (only 3 in park) always had a line. I was told that...More
My Friend and I decided that we’d take an adventure trip to NY. We got online and booked tickets to the U.S. Open 2018. We were lucky to get tickets to the men’s and Women’s Quarter Final on Arthur Ashe Stadium. We had excellent seats,...More
I have been going to this venue for the past 18 years and it never disappoints
The major stadiums are now covered and the weather is not a issue re cancellation of a session
For the uninitiated the best way to enjoy the event is...More
Our family of four went to the U.S. Open this past weekend (yes, for the BIG Serena match) and although that match was incredibly disappointing, the entire facility and experience was AWESOME! We LOVED IT! The food is great, so are the drinks, and if...More
I have been going to the US Open with friends since 2001. My biggest tip is to go the first week of the tournament, when you can catch quite a few matches on the smaller courts. You never know when you’ll see a historic upset...More
Response from sabearfan12 | Reviewed this property |
I was going to use this service, but when I was at my hotel in talking to the front desk, they said they would hold my luggage until midnight for free. So unless you need to go right to the Airport afterwards, check with... More
I was going to use this service, but when I was at my hotel in talking to the front desk, they said they would hold my luggage until midnight for free. So unless you need to go right to the Airport afterwards, check with your hotel first
Response from voconnor2 | Reviewed this property |
Larger bags are stored for $10.00 and you get a ticket to retrieve. Smaller bags can go in a locker for $5.00. With an American Express Card it is free. Easy to do and the lockers and baggage area is right after you cross... More
Larger bags are stored for $10.00 and you get a ticket to retrieve. Smaller bags can go in a locker for $5.00. With an American Express Card it is free. Easy to do and the lockers and baggage area is right after you cross the bridge at the south entrance.