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April 21, 1980 | Barry McDermott
For the traveler, New York City always has been a Mecca that offers just about everything—except a reasonable place to play tennis. Oh, there are tennis courts in the city—quite a few, in fact. And some of them, at...
September 01, 1986
Last year a total of 439,255 spectators attended the 23 sessions of the U.S. Open at the National Tennis Center in New York. One of them took Polaroid photographs of the tournament's comings and goings and then...
September 11, 1989 | Steve Wulf
In tennis, decorum is imposed only on the fans
September 09, 2002 | Steve Rushin
A great many tennis fans at the U.S. Open wear tennis shirts and shorts and shoes, sure, but also wristbands, on the evident assumption that an umpire, seated high in his canopied lifeguard chair, might single them...
September 15, 2003 | Bill Scheft
Bear with me, I'm still coming down from the NFL Kickoff Conceit. Tell me if I'm wrong: If your team needs help against the run, you can do worse than Aretha Franklin.