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"They had one job! A technical glitch occurred Tuesday as US Open officials were unveiling their new 6,500-ton retractable roof above Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows — causing the top to remain shut during its media demonstration. After two failures, the $150 million steel superstructure finally reopened. “This could possibly happen during the Open, we’re prepared for that,’’ USTA chief operating officer Danny Zausner said. The Open has four weeks to iron out the kinks before the tourney begins. Nevertheless, the roof is a long time coming for the Open, which has a history of rain wreaking havoc on the schedule.", nypost.com