Tennis

NEW YORK — It’s just after 1:30 a.m., and the person sitting next to me is enjoying a glass of red wine. There’s nothing unusual about this scene. The life of a sportswriter lends itself to grabbing a late-night bite at a bar or hotel lobby after a long event just before last call. The
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While more than 700,000 visitors will come to Flushing Meadows to see the world’s greatest tennis players, they won’t have to go far to find chefs on the same level. The US Open was one of the first sporting events to embrace upscale food options for fans. Unlike at other events, fans can spend all
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