Tennis, New York City

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    US Open

    by apbeaches Written Sep 16, 2014

    The US Open is a tennis tournament that is played on the outdoor hard courts at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows Park, of Queens, New York City, United States. It is played from August the end of August to the beginning of September annually.

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    NYC's Best Kept Tennis Secret on the Eastside...

    by tennisdennis Written Jun 28, 2004

    The Champion Tennis Club is Manhattans's Tennis Oasis on the eastside. This new tennis facility boasts all-weather cushioned courts with spectacular views and a full instructional tennis program. The private club atmosphere is relaxing and the summer rates are very reasonable. This club was built in 2003 and now that the secret is out through promotions, advertising and rave reviews. Visit them online at Good Luck!

    Equipment: Racquets are available for Beginner Quick Start Program and for sale at reasonable prices.

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    Flushing Meadows, Queens - US Open

    by mrclay2000 Written Dec 22, 2003

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    The US Open occurs at the USTA National Tennis Center each summer, one of the four venues for Grand Slam Tennis. Popularly called Flushing Meadows in association with its geographic location, the tennis event carries the richest purse in professional sports, with over $16 million in prize money awarded in 2003. The tennis stadium and subsidiary courts are a short walk from Shea Stadium and will forever be associated with the famous champions from New York, John McEnroe and Jimmy Connors.

    stadium at the USTA Tennis Center

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    US Open Tennis

    by debjanec Written Sep 6, 2002

    While this isn't active sports- (unless you're one of the professionals playing in the tournament) it's a great place to view the world's best tennis players in action. Even if you can't get seats for the stadium action, a grounds pass will enable you to watch games on all the outer courts.

    Sunset over court 10

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    US Open 2005 - Rafael Nadal

    by virtualpatrick Written Aug 27, 2005

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    US Open 2005 - Rafael Nadal: French Open 2005 Men's Singles Winner ; US Open 2004 Men's Doubles Semi-Finalist

    US Open 2005 - Rafael Nadal

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    Coles Sports Center.....

    by barryg23 Written Dec 15, 2002

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness NYU was where I played most sports. Six tennis courts, a swimming pool, running track, gym, basketball courts, etc, etc....

    Coles Rooftop

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