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I bought my ticket a few weeks ago. I'll be sitting in section 131. I'm going to try to stand out by wearing a Red NIke bandana. Who else is going?
 

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I live in North Jersey and its starting to comedown now. There's nothing to worry about yet people
 

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i have a major exam or otherwise i would. plus the weather...
 

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Hey guys! Could some people who are going please try and take some pics and then post them in a thread ?? I think allot of people ( from all fan bases :p ) would love to see pics from this event ! Thanks :cool:...:wavey:
 

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I checked Ticketmaster this evening. That courtside ticket for $1,000 was looking pretty good. I am apprehensive though. The forecasters are predicting a big storm tomorrow and I just don't know how much my girl Venus has left in the legs. I may show up or watch on HBO.
 

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I'm not going and I live in NYC:eek:
I had a party for the first day of lent in Orthodox Easter, and it got cancelled:sad:
Now I'll watch it on HBO:shrug:
 

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Is it seriously going to rain/snow tomorrow? :eek:
They are predicting 10 inches of snow. It has already started snowing in the city. However, a little snow has never stopped us before.
 

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i dont get it, why would weather affect an indoor tennis tournament?
 

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i dont get it, why would weather affect an indoor tennis tournament?
Because here on the east coast, people don't travel when it snows really bad. We like to stay in the house, :lol:
So basically, the event may or may not have a big turnout if NY actually does get 10 inches, :scared:
People won't be able to get to MSG by car, they'll have to go by foot, :shrug:
 

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i dont get it, why would weather affect an indoor tennis tournament?
The event will not be cancelled. The weather affects modes of transportation to the event. The depots for almost all of the subway lines are outdoors. Depending on how bad the weather is, the rails can be frozen, or worse and cause significant delays. Several schools have already cancelled classes for tomorrow.
 

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Yippee for trains. Penn is right under MSG. Don't have to go outdoors. :D The trains will be fine by tomorrow night.
 

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Because here on the east coast, people don't travel when it snows really bad. We like to stay in the house, :lol:
So basically, the event may or may not have a big turnout if NY actually does get 10 inches, :scared:
People won't be able to get to MSG by car, they'll have to go by foot, :shrug:
Your more wimpy than the English who shudder at the sight of snow.
 
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