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US Open revenues and TV ratings suffer sharp drop but USTA still savors successful grand slam

The men's US Open final was held in front of a largely empty Arthur Ashe Stadium due to the global Covid-19 pandemic (Credit: Getty Images)

USTA chief executive Michael Dowse tells SportBusiness how, despite facing multiple unprecedented issues and sharp ratings declines, the organization was able to bring back elite tennis and make a small profit with the US Open. Bob Williams reports

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