Tuesday, May 29, 2007

An American (Massacre) in Paris

It didn't take long for 2007 to become the worst American performance at the French Open in at least 30 years. Eight of the nine Americans entered lost in the first round -- including our top players, James Blake and Andy Roddick. And the win-challenged Robby Ginepri is the only remaining American left in the draw -- mainly because his match was suspended. Another person whose match was suspended is Carlos Moya, whom I'd marry to give him U.S. citizenship any old time.

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