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Tennis Stadium

USTA National Tennis Center

Recommandé par 35 habitants · Prix estimé 3 sur 4 ·

Conseils des habitants

S
S
June 21, 2018
Just a few stops away on the 7 subway line.
Ellie
Ellie
July 28, 2019
Hop on a trian to Queens for Tennis, tennis, tennis.
Richard
Richard
January 10, 2014
US Open in Queens ! A unique experience that occurs once a year for a few weeks towards the end of the summer.
Tshering
Tshering
July 07, 2018
Only 12 minutes away on 7 train.
Laura
Laura
April 24, 2015
House very close to the US Open
Jariya
Jariya
August 07, 2017
To US Open Tennis: - By Subway take about 30min Take “M” or “R” train from Elmhurst Station 1 stop to Roosevelt Ave-Jackson Heights Station and transfer to “7” train to Mets-Willets Point Station (6 stops) - UberXL (for 1-6 pp) take 11-15 min (about $22-$25)
Plushy
Plushy
July 04, 2018
Huge tennis facility that's home to the US Open in late summer & public courts the rest of the year.

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Emplacement
Queens, NY 11368
Téléphone+1 718-760-6200
Site webusta.com
Cartes de crédit
Yes (incl. American Express)
Wi-Fi
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