The 1997 US Open found a new home at the USTA National Tennis Center in Queens, NY, earlier this year. Designed by Rossetti Associates Architects, the expanded facility encompasses 46.5 acres (19 hectares) and includes the 23,000-seat Arthur Ashe Stadium, the 20,000-seat Louis Armstrong Stadium, and a 5,500-seat grandstand. Matches were held on 36 outdoor courts, with TV coverage provided in three new studios by CBS, USA Network, and DSF Germany. I worked in lighting-related capacities for ...

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