Amazing tennis awaits you at the US Open. The 2022 singles champions are Iga Swatek and Carlos Alvaraz. The US Open tennis tournament takes place at the Billie Jean King
National Tennis Center located in Flushing Meadow - Corona Park, Flushing, NY 11368,
20 minutes train ride from Manhattan. The US Open is the final Grand Slam tournament
of the year and draws the largest audience of the four Grand Slams with over 800,000
visitors in 2019. Center Court at the US Open is Arthur Ashe Stadium. Seating
capacity of 22,547, The Arthur Ashe stadium is the largest tennis stadium in the
world. When you purchase a center court reserved ticket in the Arthur Ashe stadium
you also get access to the outside annex courts and the upper level general
admission areas of the Louis Armstrong stadium.
Grounds Passes - Are general admission tickets which
provide access to the outside courts. The Outside Courts -
The outside competitive courts are numbered between 4 and 17 and have a total capacity of 12,656, the largest being Courts 11 and 12 which can seat up to 1704 tennis fans. With a Grounds Pass you also have first come,
first serve access to the upper level of the Louis Armstrong court and the Grandstand Stadium.
Reserved tickets at the US Open -
The three main courts at Flushing Meadows are Arthur Ashe Stadium - the largest tennis stadium in world with a capacity of 23,771 - Louis Armstrong, which was remodelled ahead of the 2018 US Open and holds 14,061 spectators, and the 8,125-seat Grandstand Stadium.
Want Seats In The Shade?
Now with a retractable roof over Arthur Ashe stadium, the days of
worrying about rain outs are over. Also, thanks to the roof structure, more of the
upper level is shaded. The best sections for the shade would be on the South
& West Sides of the stadium which would be sections 305 to
326 in the Promenade Levels and 105 to 123 in the LOGE
Want to see a specific player? We often get asked how can we be sure to see Serena play? The simple answer is unless you buy your tickets after the "order of play" is published the night before the match, nobody knows who will be playing on a specific court on any given day. If you are keen on seeing a specific top ten seed player compete, we suggest you consider buying multiple sessions for any two or three days on center court. By doing this, you have a pretty good chance of seeing the player you want to see play, especially if they are a top ten seed.
The roofed 14,000 spectator Louis Armstrong stadium opened for the 2018
U.S. Open - Say goodbye to rain delays! Except for sections 1-18 located just below the press booth which requires a reserved
Louis Armstrong ticket, the upper level of the Louis Armstrong stadium are open
to all ticket holders, including those with Grounds Passes. The best way to access
these seats is via the upper walkway, which can be reached via the stairs under the
west side of the stadium and via the stairs up from the food concession area between
Louis Armstrong Stadium and the Grandstand.
- Lower level sections go rows A-Z (except for Sections 5 and 14 which only go up to rows W,X,Y and V and in the corner sections).
- Upper level sections go rows A-DD.
The Louis Armstrong stadium schedule will feature three day-session matches for the
first nine days of the year's final Grand Slam tournament, and a night session with
two matches for the first six days. And the best part for those ticket holders, as
with the ones who had Ashe seats for the last two years, is they are going to see
tennis no matter the weather conditions.
Protection from the sun. Your best bet are seats on the west side of
the stadium in sections 2-8.
With this court you have access with general admission area in the upper level. Shaded seats would be in the west sections 3-6 so the sun is at your back after around 3:00 pm. General admission seats get the most shade especially under the overhang at the top.
Dining at the US Open
Aces and the Champions Grill
Aces and the Champions Bar and Grill are located on the Club level near LOGE sections 107-113 between Gates 3 and 4, and are available to Courtside Box seat
holders and Luxury Suite guests. You can access both restaurants by using
our elevators on the east side of Arthur Ashe Stadium adjacent to the US Open Club.
Reservations are recommended for Aces and Champions Bar & Grill. Restaurant
Reservations Line: 718-393-1933. Below is a description
of the Aces and Champions Grill.
Aces & Champions Grill Restaurant
Vaulted ceilings, vibrant colors and a casual but elegant wine and sushi bar combine with
superlative seafood offerings, making Aces the ultimate dining experience.
Parking at The US Open
Lots A, B and C will be your closest parking areas to the entrance of the US Open. These lots are very hard to come by and most parking available is in LOT F. Paid parking options at the US Open - If on your match day there is a New York Mets home game which is called a Conflict Date, guests will be directed to park in BLUE ZONE PARKING and ORANGE ZONE PARKING. When there is no New York Mets home game ,known as a Non-Conflict Date, guests will be directed to park in Mets Stadium parking, YELLOW ZONE PARKING as directed by NYPD and parking lot staff. Subject to change. Current price is Vehicles: $30; Bus: $50
Directions from Manhattan
to National Tennis Center
Corona Park, Flushing, NY 11368
Best way to get to the US Open from Manhattan - Our #1 recommendation: Take the Long Island Railroad from Penn Station (located at 33rd Street and 8th Avenue) to Willet Station / US Open. Trains depart every hour.
US Open Tennis FAQ's
Q. When do gates open for the Day and Evening Sessions?
Generally the gate entry time is one hour prior to the start of the session. Typically,
the earliest you can enter the grounds with a day session ticket is at 9:30 a.m. Day
session ticket holders must enter the grounds before 6 p.m. The earliest you can
enter the grounds with an evening session ticket is 5:30 p.m. Please note that finals
weekend times may differ and all sessions and gate entry times are subject to change.
Please refer to the US Open schedule on www.usopen.org for up to date match times.
Q. What is the minimum age for a child to require a ticket?
Children 24 months and older require a full-price ticket.
Q. Can I get into Arthur Ashe Stadium with a Grounds Admission ticket?
No, the only ticket that permits access into Arthur Ashe Stadium is an Arthur Ashe
Stadium reserved ticket.
Q. What is Mobile Entry Ticketing?
Mobile Entry means your US Open ticket is accessed on your phone. That means that you
won't need to print and remember to bring tickets to get into the grounds - no more
worries about leaving your ticket at home or the office. Mobile tickets enable you to
manage, view, scan, transfer and sell your tickets with the device that's always with
you. Your phone is always in your pocket, your purse or your hand, and doesn't require a
printer or remembering to grab your tickets before you go.
Q. What if I lose connectivity / can't connect to my account at the gates?
Since cellular connectivity may experience peaks at the US Open, we encourage you to
download your tickets to your mobile device before heading to the US Open. If you have
an iPhone, you can store your tickets in your Apple Wallet. If your tickets are on a
mobile web browser, avoid clearing out your browser history until after the event.
Q. Can I still use PDF tickets?
No, PDF tickets will no longer be accepted at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis
Q. Are there accessible seating at the venue?
The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center ("Center") is accessible.
Accessible vertical access is provided via ramps and elevators, with escalators
offering additional convenience for ambulatory guests.
Wheelchair-accessible seating is provided off both the lower and upper concourses of
Arthur Ashe Stadium, off the lower concourse of Louis Armstrong Stadium, off the
lower and upper concourses of the Grandstand Stadium, off the concourse of Court 17
and at each of the field courts. All accessible seating is subject to availability.
All seating in Arthur Ashe Stadium is reserved. Seating in Grandstand Stadium is
both reserved (lower concourse) and available on a first-come, first-served basis
(upper concourse). Seating in all other venues is available on a first-come,
The US Open will accommodate disabled guests and up to three companions in designated
accessible seating areas, subject to availability. Additional companions may be
accommodated in nearby available seating. If you need assistance of any kind during
the tournament call Client Services at 718-760-6363.
Q. What is the address of the venue?
The address of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center is Flushing Meadow - Corona
Park, Flushing, NY 11368
Q. What are the directions to the venue?
Take the RFK Bridge (formerly Triborough) to the Grand Central Parkway East. Exit the
Grand Central Parkway East at Exit 9E - I-678/RT-25A East/Northern Boulevard East. Stay
to the left and follow to the Van Wyck Expressway South. Exit the Van Wyck Expressway
South at Exit 12A - College Point Blvd. Follow signs to US Open Parking.
FROM BROOKLYN (OPTION #1)
Take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE/I-278) East to the Grand Central Parkway East.
Exit the Grand Central Parkway East at Exit 9E - I-678/ RT -25A East/Northern Boulevard
East. Take the RT-25A East/Northern Boulevard East exit ramp toward the Mets stadium. At
the 1st traffic light off the exit ramp, make a right onto Shea Road. Follow signs to US
FROM BROOKLYN (OPTION #2)
Take the Jackie Robinson Parkway to the Van Wyck Expressway North. Exit the Van Wyck
Expressway at Exit 12A. Continue straight on to College Point Blvd. Follow signs to US
FROM LONG ISLAND
Take the Long Island Expressway (LIE/I-495) West to Exit 22B - College Point Blvd. At
first light, make a right on College Point Blvd. Follow signs to US Open Parking.
FROM CONNECTICUT/WESTCHESTER (OPTION #1)
Take I-95 to the Whitestone Bridge to the Whitestone Expressway South. Stay to the left
and take the Van Wyck Expressway. Exit the Van Wyck Expressway South at Exit 12A -
College Point Blvd. Follow signs to US Open Parking.
FROM CONNECTICUT/WESTCHESTER (OPTION #2)
Take I-95 to the Throgs Neck Bridge to I-295/Clearview Expressway South. Exit
I-295/Clearview Expressway South at Exit 4 - Long Island Expressway (LIE/I-495) West.
Take the Long Island Expressway (LIE/I-495) West to Exit 22B - College Point Blvd. At
the first light, make a right on College Point Blvd. Follow signs to US Open
FROM NORTHERN NEW JERSEY (OPTION #1)
Take the George Washington Bridge to the Harlem River Drive, then to the RFK Bridge
(formerly Triborough). Follow "FROM MANHATTAN" directions above.
FROM NORTHERN NEW JERSEY (OPTION #2)
Take the George Washington Bridge to the Cross Bronx Expressway, then to the Whitestone
Bridge. Take the Whitestone Expressway South. Stay to the left and take the Van Wyck
Expressway. Exit the Van Wyck Expressway South at Exit 12A - College Point Blvd. Follow
signs to US Open Parking.
FROM SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY:
Take the Verrazano Bridge to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (I-278) East to the Grand
Central Parkway East. Follow "FROM BROOKLYN" directions above.
Q. Is mass public transit available?
Use mass transit to make your trip to the US Open convenient and cost-effective. Subway:
The 7 train provides easy service from Grand Central Terminal to Mets-Willets Point
Station, including connections for all Metro-North Trains from Westchester and
Connecticut. Service is also available from the Port Authority Bus Terminal. Long Island
Rail Road: LIRR provides service to Mets-Willets Point Station from Woodside, and
convenient connections from Penn Station for New Jersey Transit customers. For guests
with disabilities, get off the LIRR train at 61st/Woodside Station and transfer to the 7
train. Take the 7 train to Mets-Willets Point Station.
Schedules Online: The MTA website, mta.info, provides complete schedules and information
about the most convenient ways to get the US Open.
Q. What items are prohibited?
- Hard coolers or like containers
- Sealed packages of any kind
- Bottles or cans (glass or metal)
- Aerosol cans (i.e. sunscreen) or noisemaking devices
- Video cameras or recording devices (except for cell phones and SLR cameras with
video or recording capabilities)
- Computers or laptops
- Food (except in limited quantities, or for medical, dietary or infant
- Animals (unless a service animal)
- Flags, banners or signs
- Any materials constituting unauthorized advertising or promotion
- Laser pointing devices
- Tennis racquets
- Drones (UAS-Unmanned Aircraft Systems) or other model aircraft
- Selfie sticks or other telescopic devices
- Any other items deemed inappropriate or dangerous by the US Open personnel, in
their sole discretion
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