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As the tennis world descends on Flushing Meadows, find out what’s in store for the U.S. Open under new leadership at the USTA. Also, we’ll look at how professional tennis is getting around the divide between tours and event organizers to find new business partners and expand its sponsorship and fan bases. The business of tennis has been strong; can it cooperate enough to reach even greater economic goals? Publishing Date: August 31 Close: August 17 Materials Close: August 19.
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