• August 29 - September 11, 2016

  • Surface: Hard

  • Location: United States, New York, Flushing Meadows

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Arthur Ashe Stadium felt more like a cauldron of excitement than a hulking edifice at last year’s Open, and that was with the roof only partially constructed. It is now completed, and it’s a welcome addition to Flushing Meadows, which is undergoing a grounds-wide transformation. This year’s Open will also be interesting from a U.S. playing perspective: It could be the last for Venus Williams, and a breakout event for Jack Sock or Madison Keys. And of course there’s Serena, who’s been raising the roof in Queens for years. 


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