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USTA National Tennis Center, Flushing

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  • WE went to visit the USTA. the center was under renovation. the staff was very friendly and helped us visit the reception. could not check the courts.  more »
  • Great place to watch tennis, always come here each year to watch tennis. Great seats, good food and plenty to do between games.  more »
  • This was our third slam venue but for us, not the best we've been to. On the plus side, even though centre Court has massive capacity and the seating went high up, we sat in 4 different sections and I...  more »
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  • Best tennis classes in the whole NYC. Professional instructors. Also the indoor courts open very early which is very convenient.
  • Love the US Open. It's always quite busy there (food venues in particular) but it's to be expected. Love the new roof. Noise is not that bad but it is an adjustment.
  • I really love playing here and have been doing so since I was 4. I really like the classes, facility and the summer class. They keep improving every year:)!
  • We have gone to the US Open for eleven years. The "nonprofit" USTA is trying to maximize profits and make larger stadiums that make viewing the venue on TV better. If you go, bring a lot of money and patience as the security lines and trains to the venue make it the start of a long day. Before they got rid of the old grandstand, fans with day tickets could get to see some of the best players and matches from the front rows due to open seating. Now, 3 main courts have assigned seats for the closest seats so the TV audience has a better view of the action on those courts.
  • Rolland Garros is a better maintained grand slam venue than this one IMO