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The Queens connection

May 25, 2021

Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, nestled in the New York City borough of Queens, has been the home of the US Open since 1978. The area, particularly Flushing, boasts a broad and rich array of diverse Asian cultures, which have, in turn, intertwined themselves in the sport. Hear from local community and tennis leaders in the video below as to how they've come together to grow the game. 

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