The new Louis Armstrong Stadium, which will make its debut at this year's U.S. Open, will offer more than 14,000 tennis fans an intimate setting to watch matches. (Rossetti)

When the new Louis Armstrong Stadium opens for the U.S. Open later this month, it will be more than a new beginning for the tournament’s No. 2 court. It will also provide a big ending to a $600 million, eight-year project that overhauled more than 90 percent of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Cen...


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