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(From New Straits Times (Malaysia))
IT'S days like Tuesday at the US Open, when rain creates chaos with the schedule, that players, fans, TV executives and tournament organisers turn their thoughts to having a roof over their heads.
None of Tuesday's 64 scheduled matches were completed; only nine even got underway before being suspended until yesterday. "We're all frustrated," John McEnroe told viewers on USA Network.
"That's obvious." The Australian Open already has a retractable roof over two courts.
Wimbledon is putting one over its Centre Court, expected to be ready for 2009.
And the US Open? "At this point in time, there's …