Located at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing, in the New York City borough of Queens, the Louis
Armstrong Stadium is one of the two major tennis courts used during the famous U.S. Open. Louis
Armstrong Stadium tickets will get you into the gates to see the best pro tennis players in the world, including players
like Roger Federer, Maria Sharapova, and Andy Roddick.
Louis Armstrong Stadium was constructed in 1977 out of an older tennis stadium, called Singer Stadium. It sits adjacent
to the famous Arthur Ashe Stadium, the most famous and recognizable of the U.S. Open venues. Louis Armstrong Stadium was,
of course, named after the famous African American jazz musician who lived close by the site.
Before you get tickets, you might want to make sure to look at the Louis
Armstrong Stadium seating chart. There are about 18,000 seats available here, and you will want to be as close to the
action as you can when the world's top aces take to the hard court in New York.