2014 US Open: Scenes from Court 15
Just a few hundred feet from Arthur Ashe Stadium, Court 15 feels like a world away from tennis' grandest stage. With a few small bleachers surrounding the court, the setting seems more appropriate for a high school meet than a Grand Slam match. But what it lacks in seating capacity, it makes up for in passion and activity. We took it all in for eight hours on Day 2 of the US Open.<br><br> <i>By D'Arcy Maine and Nick Laham </i></p>
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