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FLEX COURT teams up with DIRECTV ESPN US Open Experience 2009


NEW YORK, New York

Flex Court International, Inc teams up DIRECTV ESPN US Open Tennis Experience 2009 where Flex Court All-Weather Tennis Surface was the surface choice for the August 26 exhibition matches at Bryant Park in New York City.

The New York City’s Bryant Park green lawns were transformed into two regulation tennis courts for exhibition matches between USTA pros, including Venus and Serena Williams; former pros – turned TV commentators the Jensen brothers; the World’s current No. 1 Men’s doubles team the Bryan brothers and James Blake.


 “It is truly a tremendous opportunity for Flex Court to work with Direct TV and ESPN for the 2009 US Open Tennis Experience.” says Mats Jonmarker, CEO & President of Flex Court International.

DIRECTV ESPN Experience will showcase ESPN2’s coverage of the 2009 and DirecTV’s Experience, a free, interactive service that will offer expanded coverage of the action from Flushing Meadows. DIRECTV’s Experience includes more than 435 hours of live tennis action, up to 140 extra matches that cannot be seen anywhere else, with five extra court channels in addition to the main ESPN2 feed – all displayed on DIRECTV’s innovative six-on-one-screen Mix Channel, and presented in HD.

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