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Big Changes Ahead for U.S. Open

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As the new Open tournament director, David Brewer has 18-hour workdays, his focus as much on the future as the present. He joined the United States Tennis Association in 1997, and by the conclusion of the 2011 tournament, with Tropical Storm Irene and a cracked court and another Monday men’s singles final and players that lamented their lack of voice, Brewer, it seemed, had seen it all.

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