US Open – Court 17

This Saturday I had the great pleasure to shoot again at the US Open. Day 6 of the two week series started in the newly constructed stadium for Court 17. The imposing Croatian – Marin Cilic faced Kei Nishikori of Japan in this beautiful new facility.

Court 17 is a small stadium with close court seating that makes you feel very close to the action. Many fans will rush to Louis Armstrong or the Grandstand in the morning as the good seats tends to fill up quickly; yet there were plenty of great seats still available as this match got underway at 11am.

 

Marin Cilic playing at the US Open on Court 17

Great seats surround the action on Court 17

 

A heartfelt thanks to Hartford area tennis coach Jon Reichelt for pointing me in the direction of this wonderful new stadium at the National Tennis Center. His words were quite true in that “there isn’t a bad seat in the house”. If you’re going to the US Open this week make sure to check it out!

Nishikori fans find seats close to the action

Nishikori fans find seats close to the action

 To see more shots from Court 17 and other US Open matches, please visit my flickr photostream.

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Author: Bill Morgan

I photograph the beauty and drama of dance, music, and theater. My studio is located in West Hartford, CT., and I accept both domestic and international assignments.

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