In this Tuesday, July 2, 2013 photo, tennis players relax after matches 

In this Tuesday, July 2, 2013 photo, tennis players relax after matches at the West Side Tennis Club in the Queens section of New York. The Beatles. The Rolling Stones. Frank Sinatra. Jimi Hendrix. Bob Dylan. They’ve all held court at the more than century-old West Side Tennis Club in Queens’ Forest Hills neighborhood - for six decades the site of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. Plans are now in the works for the grassy lawn to come alive again with the sound of music, starting with a concert featuring the British band Mumford & Sons, to be followed by a lineup of world-class musicians. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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In this Tuesday, July 2, 2013 photo, tennis players relax after matches at the West Side Tennis Club in the Queens section of New York. The Beatles. The Rolling Stones. Frank Sinatra. Jimi Hendrix. Bob Dylan. They’ve all held court at the more than century-old West Side Tennis Club in Queens’ Forest Hills neighborhood - for six decades the site of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships. Plans are now in the works for the grassy lawn to come alive again with the sound of music, starting with a concert featuring the British band Mumford & Sons, to be followed by a lineup of world-class musicians. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
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