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The long-awaited US Open 2012 is just around the corner, but this doesn’t mean that you cannot still get your chance to see all the action live. Considering the roller coaster of a season that many of these athletes in the tennis world have faced, it would be quite exciting to see how they all round out their year in the last of the Majors. The Grand Slams this year have seen some dramatic and hard fought victories, especially in the men’s singles competition.

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This past June, Roger Federer scraped and clawed his way to a decisive finale to take the title at Wimbledon. Earlier this month, Federer and his long time rival Novak Djokovic battled it out in the end of the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati. This victory would go to Federer, but given Djokovic’s impressive US Open title in men’s singles just one year ago, he is far from being counted out. See this epic battle play out live in New York.

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The exciting US Open Tennis Championship begins August 27th and will continue until September 9th. Throughout this time, new titles will be handed out to the best in men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles and men and women’s doubles teams. While there are clear favorites like Roger Federer and Serena Williams, who both had excellent Wimbledon showings, this is a competition that could benefit even noted underdogs. 

Brought to you in impressive venues like Arthur Ashe Stadium, Louis Armstrong Stadium and the National Tennis Center, this is literally a once in a lifetime opportunity. See some of the future legends of tennis attempt to finish out their seasons in style, taking home the title and the reputation that follows a victor in the US Open through the upcoming season.

If you want to catch this action for yourself, US Open 2012 tickets are still available. Even though you are down to the wire, you can still get tickets today and be among the massive roar of the crowd watching tennis greats battling head to head in massive venues. Tennis on television is no justice to the game, especially when the stakes are as high as they are at the US Open.