On back-to-back days at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in early September, you could watch 18-year-old Emma Raducanu become the first player to scramble from the play-in rounds to the title; and powerhouse Novak Djokovic failing, in tears, to complete a Grand Slam.

Few people watching those matches pondered that a women’s and men’s championship were played in the same place, New York City. And no one would think to disrupt the format, a longtime tradition at tennis’s slams.

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