A handful of Asian players, including Taiwan’s Yen-Hsun Lu and China’s Peng Shuai, advanced to the second round of this year’s U.S. Open. The WSJ’s Gillian Tan tells Michael Arnold how tennis is becoming more popular in Asia.
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