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Overheard at the U.S. Open: Now the bulb

"ok, so how many people does it take to change a light bulb at the U.S. Open?"


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I suppose covering the court during rain delays would be too much to ask.
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Taking in over $500 million dollars in the event, one would think that a dome would be plced over the Ashe and Armstrong stadiums.

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