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  • U.S. Open Adds New Camera Position in Armstrong Stadium

    After many complaints about the television view of the new Louis Armstrong Stadium, the U.S. Tennis Association and ESPN have come up with a solution: rip out 16 seats from the stadium and add a lower camera.

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  • There Is Still a Long Road Ahead for Andy Murray

    While Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and, most recently, Novak Djokovic have returned from injuries to take control of the sport once more, Andy Murray has mostly been on the sidelines due to a hip injury.

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  • The U.S. Open Completes Its Makeover

    A new Louis Armstrong Stadium ends an overhaul at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center that began in 2011 and has cost the USTA $600 million.

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  • Andy Murray Won’t Play Wimbledon

    Andy Murray won’t play Wimbledon, saying he’s not ready to play best-of-five matches after recovering from hip surgery.

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