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U.S. Open 2013

USTA Chairman of the Board talks about Future of U.S. Open and American Tennis

An Inside View of the U.S. Open and USTA

David Haggerty USTA Chairman of the Board talked with Jake Kring-Schrifels, Kenny Ducey and I on One on One about the renovation program for the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

US Open: New Digs

Arthur Ashe Stadium gets a Lid

The U.S. Open kicked off with an announcement of a major face lift. August 17th, the USTA unveiled a 5-year renovation project for the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center and they were promoting it again in the first days of the tournament. The Louis Armstrong and Grandstand stadiums will be completely reconstructed, new practice courts will be added with viewing galleries for the public, and the walkways will be enlarged. But the centerpiece of the new look  will be the construction of a retractable roof over Arthur Ashe Stadium.