The US Open’s ambitious multi-year renovation to it’s 20-year-old Billie Jean King National Tennis Center facility is underway.
The $550 million dollar projected includes a retractable roof over the cavernous Arthur Ashe Stadium in place by August of 2017 and a new Louis Armstrong court with its own roof for the 2018 tournament.
Already a new set of practice courts accompanied by sides of bleachers have been installed.
Yesterday the US Open release more visuals of what the completed site renovation will look like.
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