Your Fave Tourney Here In US?

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  1. CivicLx

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    What is your favorite tournament here in the US?
     
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  2. oscar_2424

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    the sonny ericcson in miami
     
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  4. Jack the Hack

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    I've only been to the US Open and San Jose tournaments in person. I've heard awesome things about Indian Wells, Miami, and the Ohio Masters Series events. However, if I have to limit myself to the one's I've been to, it's got to be the Open!
     
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  5. SER

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    dee dee dee
     
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  6. Eviscerator

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    X2 except for the US Open
     
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  7. CivicLx

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    same here...went to the Open in 05 and have been to the SAP the last 3 years. my dad said he has heard a lot of good things about the tourney in Cincy. I really want to go to one in Canada!
     
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  8. paterson

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    The masters series event in Miami at Crandon Park is the best tournament in the US.
     
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  9. GRANITECHIEF

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    Definitely Indian Wells for me. I've also been to SAP which is cool, and the Country Wide at UCLA, but nothing like having 10 courts in action plus warm up courts and also all the lovely WTA players. I would like to check out many more.
     
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  10. Andres

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    LOL !!!! :lol:
     
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  11. CivicLx

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    Granite, how was the one at UCLA?
     
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  12. Nadal_Freak

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    Indian Wells for me as well.
     
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  13. LarougeNY

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    uhh..USO. Best, get to see the most players, get autographs easily, and its not too far away from where I live:)
     
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  14. jmsx521

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    7pm matches at the US Open.
     
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  15. dubsplayer

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    Miami, followed closely by USO. And for wee tourneys I loved Indy before they ruined it by moving up the date, and the Hamlet before it became New Haven. I didn't like the first go round in New Haven either.
     
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  16. GRANITECHIEF

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    Really fun and cool, definitely worth going to if you relatively close by. Some of the top names in the ATP in action.
     
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  17. Mastermind

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    I've only ever been to the Tennis Channel Open with my high school team and it's really cool. It's kind of intimate how you can get so close to the players on their practice courts and they'll take the time out to take a picture with you. Marat Safin took one with my friend and was so cool about it. And also the world stringing championship is awesome, my best friend entered this last year and didn't do too badly! The winner was amazingly fast though. I'm glad next year will not be round robin.
     
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  18. WhiteSox05CA

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    Definately the US Open, but besides that... Hmm... Miami, PLO? WTA UCLA tourney, TTC Open?
     
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  19. Viper

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    Ever since I've followed tennis I've always loved Cincinnati.
     
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  20. chair ump

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    Campbell's Hall of Fame in Newport, RI. Only grass court event in North America. Very entertaining with great atmoshpere.
     
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  21. J-man

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    Newport is a very nice town
     
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  22. JBlake27

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    I also love the Newport tournament
     
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  23. adamvann

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    PLO @ Indian Wells...It's right in my back yard. My wife and I love to go.
     
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    US Men's Clay Court Championship because it's 20 minutes away.
     
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  25. jmsx521

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    Miami's constant wind gusts are terrible.... What is it to like about it? The bathrooms are terrible too. Food and everything is overpriced as well. There are bee and wasps' nests under the seats too.
     
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  26. FuriousYellow

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    Indian Wells, but I'd love to see the U.S. Open one day.
     
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  27. JMS

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    U.S. Open, I got to go last year and it was the best experience of my life
     
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