The New York Open, held annually in February, moved to its new home on Long Island, NY in 2018, as a replacement for an ATP 250 event previously held in Memphis, TN. Known for its striking black courts and attracting top American talent, this event is the only indoor ATP event in the country and should not be missed! The tournament is about 40 minutes from Manhattan and easily accessible by the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR).

New York Schedule and Tickets

New York Ticket Options

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  • Ticket Resellers – Our recommended reseller site for the New York Open is StubHub
  • A ticket to every session (all session passes) are $340
  • See New York Open Schedule below
  • Qualifying Rounds February 9-10, 2020. Tickets start at $20 per day.
  • For the main draw, tickets are sold in separate day and night sessions. Prices start at $20 and max out at $105.
  • Quarters, Semis, and Finals have affordable upper-level tickets starting at $30. The best seats in the house go for about $205.

New York Open Schedule and Tickets

This tournament is a real treat for tennis fans, because access to late round matches for such an affordable price is rare. You will still get a decent view of great tennis from the well-priced upper section. However, the best seats in the house are sections 3 through 17. These seats put you right up close to the action.

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New York Open Hotel Picks

While Long Island may not have the hustle and bustle of Manhattan, it is a haven for diehard tennis fans. With a huge selection of comfortable hotels extremely convenient to the New York Open venue, NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, it is a perfect place to easily watch a ton of tennis without breaking the bank on hotel. It is also an easy 40 minute train ride to Manhattan and a 20 minute drive to Queens.

Long Island Marriott – The go-to Long Island hotel for years. Every "Islander" puts their friends and family up here for events like weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs and a huge portion of High Schools hold their proms there. It is literally 500 feet from the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum and an affordable option with a perfect location for watching as much tennis as possible. It is also the official tournament hotel, so expect to see some players and their teams!

The Vanderbilt Hotel Suites – If you are looking for a luxurious hotel stay, try The Vanderbilt Hotel Suites. Brand new, this hotel has high rooms equipped with everything you could need, a large gym, a beautiful outdoor pool, and a great bar/restaurant.

Hilton Garden Inn Westbury – Modern, clean, and comfortable, this hotel, located just a few miles from the venue, offers a spacious setting to relax. Perfect for families, rooms have plush beds, microwaves, tvs, fridges, and a sitting area.

Homewood Suites by Hilton Carle Place/Westbury, NY – What is better than a place where every room is a suite? Free breakfast, free wifi, free parking, a kitchenette with a full fridge, this hotel is has everything you need to make you feel at home.

La Quinta Inn & Suites Garden City – Just a mile and a half from the venue, this hotel is a great budget option, but still offers plenty of fantastic offerings. Large rooms, free wifi, free breakfast, and a bevy of amenities will make this a very comfortable stay.

Econo Lodge Hicksville – To visit the New York Open without breaking the bank, this hotel is available for less than $100/night. A basic but comfortable stay, these standard rooms include free wifi, breakfast, and are perfectly comfortable with minimal frills throughout the hotel.

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Venue Information

NYCB LIVE, home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
1255 Hempstead Turnpike
Uniondale, New York 11553

After an 18-month, $180 million renovation, Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum is bigger and better than ever. Home to concerts and several sports teams, the Coliseum can seat as many as 15,000 people depending on the event. With the venue’s transformation comes a bold design that pays tribute to the look and feel of Long Island. Guests can also enjoy a vast array of new restaurants, all-new seating, free wifi, and beautiful new LED lights and scoreboards.

The New York Open offers 4 tiers of seating ranging from Upper Level to VIP seats. Whether you are strictly here for tennis, or want a luxury experience, The New York Open is here to serve!

Nassau Coliseum New York Tennis Open Seating Map

Nassau Coliseum New York Tennis Open Seating Map

New York Open Parking, Shuttle and Transportation Options

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum makes driving to the New York Open extremely easy. No need to worry about finding parking, as this venue is surrounded by a large parking lot. Parking lot passes can be purchased on in addition to your event ticket. Advance online pre-paid parking tickets are always $20 or less.

Uber is also an option as the venue has a designated pick up and drop off area for ride share partners.

If public transportation is more your speed, take the Long Island Rail Road to the Hempstead train station, then walk one block to the Hempstead Bus Terminal. Take either the N70, N71, or N72 bus, which will drop you off on Hempstead Turnpike opposite NYCB LIVE.

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New York Open Transfer & Ground Transport

The New York Open is rare in that it is located near two major international airports. John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) are both about a 30 minute drive (depending on traffic) from Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. A taxi or Uber will cost you anywhere from $50 to $100 depending on the time of day and how busy it is. See our guide to all NYC Airports.

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New York Open Flight Info

John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) are both about a 30 minute drive without traffic from Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. You’ll be driving away from "the city" (Manhattan), so expect to be in traffic with commuters 5-8pm on weeknights.

FlightHub is our favorite site to search for cheap flights to anywhere. They have amazing customer service and their search results allow you to narrow down by dozens of options, including airline, # stops, etc, as well as sign up for fare alerts.

Sometimes, waiting a few days or a week may make a huge difference in airfare prices. Check the cheapest flight options at FlightHub.

Cheap Flight Tips:

1) Tuesdays and Wednesdays are generally the cheapest days to fly. Next lowest fares are usually Thursday and Saturday (which usually means you can catch quarter finals on Friday, and head out on Saturday)

2) If you've already searched multiple times on a site for airfare, trying going private or incognito on your browser, which may show newer and lower rates

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Prior New York Open Dates:

  • Feb 9-17, 2019
  • February 11-18, 2018

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