When it comes to the appeal of American men's tennis, there is no set standard for the public. Over the course of the Open Era, we've embraced class ( Arthur Ashe ), petulance ( Jimmy Connors ), combustible genius ( John McEnroe ), rock stardom ( ... SI.com, 4 days ago
There's nothing like a really strange list to get the tennis community up in arms. You know, the one that ranks Roger Federer No. 7 since the onset of the Open Era (1968). One's immediate impulse to create a more authentic list -- and I'll admit, I ...SI.com, 4 days ago
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