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At the US Open, they do it on courts that are larger and separate from

the others e.g. Ashe, Armstrong, Grandstand, Court 17. These generally are used for matches involving the name players and higher seeds, but if they get upset, they will typically interview the winner regardless.

I was just at the Open and saw a match in the Grandstand. The higher seed got upset and they interviewed the winner, Jennifer Brady, a player who I suspect most casual followers of tennis do not know.

I think the interview often gives a nice view into the player's immediate, unvarnished reaction. Some can be really entertaining, others very bland. Just depends on the interviewer, the player, and the situation.

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Posted: 09/08/2017 at 1:40PM

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