SUMMER IN THE CITIES
Tennis|September - October 2021
Broadway may not re-open until mid September, but tennis offers its own brand of live theatre in the preceding months
David Kane

TENNIS. ALL YEAR LONG.

The US Open Series returns in 2021—with an Olympic twist. Stops in Newport and Atlanta officially kick off the circuit, with the Flushing Meadows ramp-up in full effect after the Summer Games in Tokyo, from San Jose on the West Coast to Washington D.C. back east.

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