US Open Tennis 2011: Top 10 Night Matches in Open History

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US Open Tennis 2011: Top 10 Night Matches in Open History
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If there is one thing that is synonymous with the US Open, it is the night matches. All of the marquee matches of the day are usually scheduled in the early evening. The matches under the lights also seem to be the best matches in general regardless of who is involved.

Another thing that makes the night matches so intriguing is that there is seemingly no time limit under the lights. Plenty of matches have extended into the early hours of the morning that have started hours in advance.

Coming off Novak Djokovic's defeat of Rafael Nadal for the 2011 US Open title under the lights, we are going to recap the best night matches in US Open history.

The night match is a sort of thing tennis players dream of playing in. Under the lights at Arthur Ashe in September at the US Open, night matches make and break dreams. 

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