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What happens when you put a $132 million retractable roof over a famous tennis court? Of course it stays sunny and you never use it. Then finally yesterday the moment arrived on Wimbledon's center court: sprinkles. Officials halted play. The roof began to move, an announcer gave play by play of its progress. Spectators took photos and cheered. NBC carried it all live. Let's only hope for such drama in this weekend's finals.
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