Nearly seven years ago already. And so many of the faces are already gone.
A Frenchman, an engaged man and an Aussie prospect.
Those “All 100 of the top 100 men will be in Oz” types of press releases aren’t worth much more than the bandwidth used to disseminate them.
Harrison, Odesnik, Bernie … and the Magnificent One in a Slam finale.
The locals enjoy home-court advantage – for better or for worse.
PARIS – Whether he won or lost, there was going to be an on-court ceremony commemorating Michaël Llodra’s 15 years at Roland Garros, since he has announced this is his last season on Tour.
Dimitrov, already gone. And more bad news for Haas.
PARIS – The last two times Canadian Daniel Nestor and partner Nenad Zimonjic played the Bryan brothers – both this month – they beat them.
PARIS – Countrymen Richard Gasquet and the Magnificent Michael Llodra™ practiced together on Court Suzanne Lenglen Tuesday.
Not too many surprises among the (mostly) French players issued wild cards for the French Open which – hard to believe – begins in just 10 days.
Around the Davis Cup universe, from Genève to Napoli to Nancy, the doubles rubbers were pretty crucial in the World Group quarterfinals Saturday.