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Nets Await Hanna’s Impact on U.S. Open

Sep 5, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The U.S. Tennis Association will have to make a decision about rescheduling some matches of the U.S. Open as Tropical Storm Hanna moves north, the New York Times reports. The USTA said it is talking with the TV networks that carry the tournament–CBS and USA, plus ESPN and Tennis Channel, which have rights next year–as it considers its options. The association is expected to announce any changes for Saturday’s matches by Friday, depending on factors such as crowds and telecast schedules, the newspaper says.
—Sergio Ibarra

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