I just got home from watching the NY Sportimes v. Boston Lobsters featuring James Blake. Now I realize that it is always nice to go to an event where big names are playing, but this is good tennis. More so, its a fun, family friendly atmosphere that should be supported by anyone and everyone in the tennis world.
I love the traditions of the sport, but its nice to have a few weeks a year where tennis isn't so prim and proper. I say get out and watch these athletes, support the game and make some noise!!!
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