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The US Open is one of the oldest and most prestigious tennis championships in the world, having been founded in 1881, and now takes place annually in New York City’s Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Taking place over the course of two weeks in the late summer, it’s the fourth and final of professional […]Read More →
Summer weather in New York City can be unpredictable (just as it is pretty much everywhere on the east coast), and it’s important to know what happens if the US Open is rained out. You’re probably asking yourself: If the US Open is rescheduled, when will the matches be played? Can I get a refund […]Read More →
For US Open matches at Louis Armstrong Stadium, there are both assigned seats and General Admission Seats. If you just buy a grounds pass that will give you access to Louis Armstrong, however it's a hot match that you are trying to attend you can bet there will be limited access to the stadium and there may very well be a line to get into the stadium and you may not even get in. The only guaranteed way to get in, is by buying reserved Louis Armstrong Stadium tickets, which can be found here on TickPick.
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