Louis Armstrong Stadium

Row 1

USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center
Flushing, NY 11368

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  • On July 4, 1973, the Singer Bowl, a temporary stadium from the 1939 World's Fair donated by the Singer Sewing Machine Company, was renamed the Louis Armstrong Memorial Stadium during a jazz jamboree.
  • At LAS today, cheer on Sam Querrey, Alona Bondarenko and the record holding Bryan Brothers
  • Our favorite place to catch some great match-ups in the earlier rounds. If you're willing to splurge, pay for seats up front here, and you could be only a few rows from all of the action.
  • Best GA seats in the house are behind the baseline the right of the commentary box. Probably the only shade you can get on this court. Great place to watch awesome tennis in the early rounds.
  • Watch the match in the grandstand from the top row on the east side
  • The Saturday & Monday of Labor Day weekend have the best Round of 16 Matches with at least two Men's Singles per day. There's also four matches compared to three on Sunday with only one Men's Singles.
  • Always a great time. You get entry with ground tickets
  • Pro tip - top of Armstrong on the Grandstand side allows you to see both matches in Armstrong and Grandstand - until the new Grandstand is built that is.
  • Saw Jon Isner play here!
  • Cool tennis food grounds
  • For those not wanting to pay for Ashe, this is the place to see the big names play.
  • Quite possibly the best place to watch tennis in the United States. Get to the Open early and grab front row seats. Then send your friend to get 10 beers.
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  • Watching sammy s.
  • USTA VIP Pass 4 The Exclusive Box Seats Are Priceless!!! ;)
  • Bring your own water!
  • The weather in the Northeast is always touch and go, but tennis players wearing Babolat tennis shoes, with Michelin tire technology, will move swiftly on the DecoTurf courts with tire technology.
  • Cheer on K-SWISS athlete, Vera Zvonareva today in her 1st round match!
  • Once known as the Singer Bowl and host of the World's Fair, the stadium reopened as Louis Armstrong Stadium in 1978 with the US Open's move to Flushing, Queens. @kswiss @kswiss_sport
  • There are usually a lot of great matches at the US Open scheduled on this court. Bring your sunscreen.