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Hometown welcome at the US Open

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Posted: Thursday, August 29, 2019 10:30 am | Updated: 12:28 pm, Thu Sep 5, 2019.

Queens residents made a strong showing at Fan Week at the US Open at Flushing Meadows.

Top left, Karen and Billy Crosby of East Emhurst show the T-shirts they picked up at the souvenir stand, while next to them Cindy Dauge of South Ozone Park, Eric Pitts of Rosedale and Rosana Weitkampf of South Ozone Park say hello to Michael Schruefer of Miz Liz and Co. and, at top right, Alyssa Adomaitis of Kew Gardens Hills poses next to pics of two of tennis’ most coveted trophies.

Second row left sees Karen Xu and Helen Zhu of Oakland Gardens relaxing in some shade. At center, Teri Pazos of New Jersey, former Jackson Heights resident Nora Crandall and Phyllis Lindquist of New Jersey are catching some sun, while nest to them Matt Denack of Astoria catches some lunch with Ryan Byrne and Jimmy Delevante of Long Island.

In the third row at left, Nabeel Fakhruddin of Brooklyn came north with Sophia Santos and Genesis Fernandez, both from Flushing. Not too far away, Schruefer caught up with the Nektalov family from Forest Hills. Next to them Elijah and Zoraya Wilson of Fresh Meadows toured the grounds with Nasam Rookings, while at right Cinthya Sandoval waited on line for a cold drink.

In the fourth row at right Diego Marin and Catherine Gomes of Queens Village made an afternoon of it with Oliver, 2, and Daniella, 3, Next to them, sisters Vivian and Lourdes Garcia catch a cook breeze.

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