Tennis stadiums around the world have built roofs to protect their tournaments from rain. That said, no roof was as ambitious as the above roof at the US Open!

It’s not often that doubles is featured in pro tennis.  Fed Cup and BJK Cup are the exceptions.  Serving/Receiving signals, enhanced “I” formation, and first strike tennis are only the take home lessons.  The intangibles, the home crowd and the enthusiasm of the worlds singles stars who have to show their doubles prowess, are the real draw for the tennis fan.  The revised formats for both events bring the excitement around the world and often in smaller cities where the events are more accessible.