www.goduke.com. For fans attending these NCAA matches parking will be free of charge and available on a first come, first serve basis on campus. Please see the information below as well as the linked directions and map for a detailed breakdown of general public parking locations for each day of the championship.DURHAM, N.C. – From Friday, May 11th through Sunday, May 13th the NCAA will host first and second round NCAA Tennis competition at Ambler Stadium. A full schedule of matches is available at
Please note that these NCAA Championships coincide with Duke’s Commencement Weekend activities, therefore traffic will be heavy around campus from Friday, May 11th until Sunday, May 13th. Guests attending the tournament should add extra time to their travels to ensure they arrive at the parking area and stadium at their desired time.
General Public Parking for Persons with Disabilities - For all days of the tennis championship, general public parking for persons with disabilities will be available in the Card Gym Lot located on Towerview Drive. Please see the attendant at the lot entrance and inform them of your need for disability parking. Marked spaces will be available in the lot beginning two (2) hours prior to the first match each day. In addition, an accessible drop-off and pick-up point is also available in the Card Gym Lot outside the main entrance to Ambler Tennis Stadium.
General Public Parking – For all days of the tennis championship, general public parking will be available in the Blue Zone Lots located off of Duke University Road. The lots will open two (2) hours prior to the first match each day.
For more information, please see the attached tennis operational map and directions.
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