When I found out that I would spent the fall semester studying in New York City, my excitement was so high that certainly I wouldn’t succeed in my attempt to describe it with words.
If you are in search of selfies or autographs, then you must go there, particularly during o’clock times, when players end and start their training sessions, and just walk by alone or with their coaches, chatting, laughing and stopping with fans.
Furthermore, you will see players walking through the Park alone, just like any other fan or on-site worker, you will find an enormous amount of merchandising shops, sponsor’s gazebos with activities and games, children with yellow balls (often bigger than them) looking for an autograph, and atmosphere of general relaxation and genuine love for the sport.
A participation in a main draw of a Slam is a dream, and it shouldn’t be forgotten that it guarantees a huge prize money, which in most cases can give players the opportunity to play further tournaments during the season.
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