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The return of the U.S Open

Visions of the events at the U.S Open.
Visions of the events at the U.S Open.
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The U.S Open tennis tournament is back! Since its founding in 1881, the U. S Open has held the distinction of being one of the most important and prestigious tennis sporting events in the world. An international event that attracts athletes from all across the globe, the U.S Open is held every year, beginning in August and ending in September. Currently held in Flushing Meadows Corona Park, located in the NYC borough of Queens, the U.S Open attracts in excess of 60,000 attendees every year and news of its happenings are widely reported throughout media like newspapers, television and the Internet.

The U.S Open is an international tennis tournament that is held in NYC.
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The 2014 U.S Open is set to take place between August 25th and September 8th. Tickets (or “event cards”) must be purchased and can be secured online via the official website (prices generally run from $25 to $100). Once inside the complex of stadiums, visitors can get access to food and shops as well as opportunities to watch the matches. For children who aspire to become tennis players, attending the U.S Open is an experience that they will not soon forget.

If you are interested in attending the U.S Open or finding out more about the event, see the official website: