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This Year's U.S. Open

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Every year Martha and I go to the U.S. Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium and sit in the President’s box. It is always so much fun and something that I especially look forward to. This year I went straight to the matches from the airport having just landed from my trip to Paris. I was incredibly jetlagged but there was no way that I was going to miss this special night. It is always an amazing group of celebrities who sit in the President’s box but this year was absolutely crazy. It was such an unusual group that I have to list it out:

Sean Connery

Leonardo DiCaprio

Kevin Spacey

Mayor David Dinkins

Ralph Lauren

Anna Wintour

Andy Cohen

Queen Sophia of Spain

Alec Baldwin

Just to name a few

 

It was a terrific match and my man Nadal won, so the Queen of Spain and I went home happy. We ended our evening having a delicious dinner at the Imperial Palace Restaurant in Queens. After having eaten French food for a week, Chinese food was just what I wanted.

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The stadium is beautiful at night.

1 The stadium is beautiful at night.

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These lovely ladies always do a great job of getting us where we need to be.

3 These lovely ladies always do a great job of getting us where we need to be.

The match begins.

4 The match begins.

Sean Connery

5 Sean Connery

The Queen of Spain

6 The Queen of Spain

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Victory!

10 Victory!

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A warm welcome from Buddha.

13 A warm welcome from Buddha.

The best peanuts in the whole world.

14 The best peanuts in the whole world.

Crab, rice, and shallots –– yummy!

15 Crab, rice, and shallots –– yummy!

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Comments (2)

  • Greeting from London. Wow!! that sounds and looks amazing, you are so lucky, we love Nadal, he is my son's favorite tennis player.

  • Yes I too was glad that Nadel won.
    So what makes those peanuts the best in the whole world????????

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