The New York Times wrote that the U.S. Open is “where elite sport and high society intersect” today.Indeed, the pomp and circumstance off the court is just as big a part of “The Open” as the drama between the lines.
Corporations rent out luxury boxes for $250,000. Celebrities come to be seen. And tennis wives and girlfriends watch matches in over-sized sunglasses from court-side seats.
Spike Lee made his annual appearance, and predicted that Serena Williams would win the women's tournament
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