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US Open include wheelchair tennis in 2020 tournament

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US Open include wheelchair tennis in 2020 tournamentNew York [USA], June 25 (ANI): The United States Tennis Association on Wednesday announced that the 2020 US Open Wheelchair Tennis Competition will be held from September 10 -13 at the Billie Jean...
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