U.S. Open needs nighttime makeover
Night tennis at the U.S. Open is electric. It's what the Open and New York City are all about -- energy, entertainment and, to borrow a word from Andy Roddick, a time when all the "crazies" come out to be part of the action.
At least that's what we've all been saying for years. But is it true anymore?
One of the most celebrated nighttime matches at the Open is Jimmy Connors versus Patrick McEnroe from 1991. We all remember the match -- how can we forget it when the highlights are ...
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