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Tim C

Having a great time with oldest daughter watching big sis Venus.
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Ky

Beautiful new stadium for 2018. Whatever you do, sit on the shade side. And with outrageous
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Philip

Cool tennis food grounds
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Abigai

For those not wanting to pay for Ashe, this is the place to see the big names play.
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Ron Z

Watch the match in the grandstand from the top row on the east side
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The Corco

Our favorite place to catch some great match-ups in the earlier rounds. If you're willing to
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Mark D

Quite possibly the best place to watch tennis in the United States. Get to the Open early and grab
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Deep K

Best GA seats in the house are behind the baseline the right of the commentary box. Probably the
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Rosa

Watching sammy s.
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Metsye J

USTA VIP Pass 4 The Exclusive Box Seats Are Priceless!!! ;)
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Jeff Wi

Bring your own water!
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US Open Tennis

On July 4, 1973, the Singer Bowl, a temporary stadium from the 1939 World's Fair donated by the
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Michelin

The weather in the Northeast is always touch and go, but tennis players wearing Babolat tennis
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K-SW

At LAS today, cheer on Sam Querrey, Alona Bondarenko and the record holding Bryan Brothers
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K-SW

Cheer on K-SWISS athlete, Vera Zvonareva today in her 1st round match!
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Once known as the Singer Bowl and host of the World's Fair, the stadium reopened as Louis Armstrong
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