The Bronx catches U.S. Open fever

The U.S. Open's return to New York has brought tennis to the forefront once again.

The U.S. Open's return to New York has brought tennis to the forefront once again. (9/4/15)

CROTONA PARK - The U.S. Open's return to New York has brought tennis to the forefront once again.

When you think of tennis, do you think of the Bronx? Maybe not. But the New York Junior Tennis and Learning Center says there's no reason not to.

Located in Crotona Park, the state-of-the-art facility features learning rooms, a gym and come October, indoor tennis courts.

The courts are free to play on, and free programs are available for children ages 5-18.

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