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FRENCH OPEN: Tennis Gets In Touch With Its Inner Zebra

Bill Simons PARIS—Author Lee Child wrote that when "you hear hoofbeats, you look for horses, not zebras." Similarly, when you look for tennis outfits, you...

FRENCH OPEN: Rafa Out: “I Just Need to Face Reality and...

PARIS Bill Simons Rafa Nadal is lucky. He has a great family, a great game of tennis and is beloved around the globe. Then again, Rafa...

FRENCH OPEN: The Perils of Vika – and the Early-Round Name Game

By John Huston PARIS—Vika Azarenka entered Roland Garros with a question mark by her name. This spring, stormy Vika won the Sunshine Double – Indian...

FRENCH OPEN: Admiral Andy Sails On Aboard the Good Ship Murray

STEPANEK BLOWS MURRAY OFF COURSE – STILL ANDY SAILS THROUGH Going into the French Open, Captain Andy and the good ship Murray were quite alive....

FRENCH OPEN: Tennis in a Time of Terror

By Michael Mewshaw Tennis and terror, one assumes, are words that don’t go together. Not unless one is talking about a player’s terror when he’s...

FRENCH OPEN: Tales of a Towel, a Howl and a Foul

HERE IN PARIS THE TALK IS OF TENNIS TOWELS Bill Simons PARIS – Decades ago a famous writer wrote a poem called "Howl." Today, this is a...

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