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Lack Of Stars, Low Attendance Becomming "New Normal" For WTA New Haven Open
Published August 27, 2012
GONE TO CAROLINA: In Charlotte, Rick Bonnell noted John Isner "won an 11-9 tiebreaker to repeat" as winner at the ATP World Tour Winston-Salem Open. Isner, a Greensboro, N.C. native, is "now 10-0 in the tournament just miles from his family home." The stands "around center court hold approximately 4,400." Seemingly "4,000 or more were family or friends" (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 8/26).