Novak Djokovic , who’s beaten top- ranked Rafael Nadal in the finals of their last two clay-court tournaments, still can’t be considered the outright favorite for the French Open, seven-time Grand Slam winner John McEnroe said.
In his prime, Andre Agassi never would have laughed after losing a set point to Pete Sampras .
Andy Murray’s ninth Wimbledon might be his easiest.
At the Whitney Museum of American Art’s fall gala last night, the honoree was not an artist, a financier or a celebrity. It was Calvin Tomkins, who has profiled 95 artists for the New Yorker magazine.
Novak Djokovic is out to extend his perfect season at the French Open , and that has defending champion Rafael Nadal looking back for inspiration.
"I've seen a lot of matches and I've got to say this is one of the top-10 weirdest I've seen."
- John McEnroe on Aug 25, 2014
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