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U.S. Open One for the Ages
by Bob Greene, 13 September 2006
NEW YORK - The 2006 U.S. Open was one for the ages - all ages.
America's greatest tennis tournament spent the fortnight paying tribute to the greats of the game: renaming the tennis center in Billie Jean King's honor, showcasing Andre Agassi's tear-filled goodbye and welcoming Martina Navratilova to the Court of Champions only hours after she won the mixed doubles crown, the 59th Grand Slam title of her long career.
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