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FILE - In this file photo of Sept. 10, 1965, Arthur Ashe, 22, serves during the National Tennis Championship at the West Side Tennis Club in the Forest Hills neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York. The stadium that was one of the cathedrals of tennis and hosted US Open tennis for six decades, as well as music greats, is planning to revive the sound of music at the 16,000-seat stadium and perhaps, one day, bring back big-time professional tennis. (AP Photo, File)

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FILE - In this file photo of Sept. 10, 1965, Arthur Ashe, 22, serves during the National Tennis Championship at the West Side Tennis Club in the Forest Hills neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York. The stadium that was one of the cathedrals of tennis and hosted US Open tennis for six decades, as well as music greats, is planning to revive the sound of music at the 16,000-seat stadium and perhaps, one day, bring back big-time professional tennis. (AP Photo, File)
FILE - In this file photo of Sept. 10, 1965, Arthur Ashe, 22, serves during the National Tennis Championship at the West Side Tennis Club in the Forest Hills neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York. The stadium that was one of the cathedrals of tennis and hosted US Open tennis for six decades, as well as music greats, is planning to revive the sound of music at the 16,000-seat stadium and perhaps, one day, bring back big-time professional tennis. (AP Photo, File)
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