WIMBLEDON – Nothing against Milos Raonic, really. Nice chap. Good player.
WIMBLEDON – It’s not much of a surprise that Milos Raonic is in the Wimbledon semi-finals, the way he’s playing and with the departure of Novak Djokovic rather prematurely.
WIMBLEDON – The people around the grounds – and, suddenly overnight, it’s overrun with tennis fans – quickly got word to each other that Roger Federer was on a non-ticketed court.
WIMBLEDON – A final full practice for Federer Sunday.
WIMBLEDON – The Tweet caused some consternation.
WIMBLEDON – Can’t say it’s the greatest I’ve ever seen Federer look.
PARIS – It wasn’t an entirely unexpected bit of news – except it hasn’t happened in more than 15 years.
As we head to Paris for another edition of the French Open, here’s a look back.
Probably for the last time ever, the two hit – and reminisced about players who are already long gone.
A nifty 7-6, 7-6 win over Bernard Tomic Saturday pits Raonic against the Fed in Sunday’s final.
If you hadn’t figured out that it was Ivan Ljubicic’s decision to leave Team Raonic, it all makes sense now.
It’s everywhere now. So that makes it fact, right?