More than two months after the USTA announced it would allow 100 percent capacity for the entirety of the 2021 US Open, it reversed its stance on Thursday. The USTA announced it would ban fans from the qualifying rounds to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The US Open’s main draw is still open to the public.
Herein, are fans allowed at U.S. Open tennis?
U.S. Open officials announced last week that fans would not be required to show proof of vaccination or a negative test, given that the tournament is an open-air event. That policy was approved by both New York state and city health department officials, Allaster said.
Correspondingly, is there a dress code for the US Open?
With that goal in mind, all guests are expected to comply with the following Guest Code of Conduct while at the Open: Shirts and footwear are required to be worn at all times. Do not wear any clothing or accessories with indecent, inappropriate, or offensive messaging or imagery.
Who Will US Open 2021?
2021 US Open (tennis)
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