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As the summer tennis season heats up in the US with the Emirates Airline US Open Series beginning in July in Atlanta and culminating in Flushing, NY, at the 2014 US Open, visitors to PlayTennis.com have a chance to win tickets to one of the world's largest annual sporting events.

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Beginning July 7, and running through August 4, 2014, the PlayTennis.com website will be highlighting a sweepstakes offer from the Emirates Airline US Open Series which gives entrants a chance to win a grand prize of two tickets to the 2014 US Open. One-hundred other great Emirates Airline US Open Series prizes will also be given away in a random drawing. Entry into the sweepstakes is free for site visitors and requires only a simple form to complete, which includes signing up for the Emirates Airline US Open Series newsletter. Consumers who wish to enter for their chance to win should visit the PlayTennis.com website, click the homepage rotator image displaying the "Win Tickets to the US Open" message, and submit the completed form.

"The ultimate goal of the USTA is to increase the growth and popularity of tennis," says Conley Downing, USTA's Pro Tennis Brand Manager. "Through this promotion with the TIA and PlayTennis.com, we're not only increasing awareness of the Emirates Airline US Open Series, but also directing consumers to a platform where they can learn more about the game and utilize the tools available through PlayTennis.com to play more tennis."

Restrictions apply. To learn more about the sweepstakes and for official rules, visit PlayTennis.com beginning July 7, 2014 or contact the TIA at info@tennisindustry.org.

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