The Buzz about Serena and Anna

nybuzz_logo.pngSerena Williams will be in town next Wednesday for a World Team Tennis match at the Washington Ave Armory, the new home of the NY Buzz (they had previously played in Schenectady's Central Park). And with a few breaks (tennis joke), Serena could very well be the new Wimbledon champ by next week.

The other big star on this year's Buzz schedule is Anna Kournikova. She'll be here July 22. Tickets aren't cheap for either match ($39, $49, $59). But if you're thinking you'd like to see both of them play, you might consider just buying a season pass to the Buzz. It's $99 for every game, which is only $20 less more than tickets to see the two stars.

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Less is not always more...
"which is only $20 MORE than tickets to see the two stars."

Thanks, Bill. It seems we weren't paying close enough attention on that day in 3rd grade when they explained less than / greater than.

$40 for team-tennis? Uhhh, no thanks. And I am a huge tennis fan. Wish they'd bring back the good ole' days of the OTB Tourney - that was competitive, and free!

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