Sunday Nov 24
2014 Tennis Season, More of the Same for the Men?
Of those who can truly challenge for a major, the list is very small. Consider in 2002 when swede Thomas Johansson won the Australian Open as the 16th seed or Gustavo Kuerten won the French Open ranked 66th in the world.
If you're sick of those 34-shot rallies and five-and-a-half hour, knock-down drag-outs between the ranking titans of tennis, boy have I got a guy for you: Joachim "Pim Pim" Johansson.
5 changes since the last British Wimbledon champ
In this July 2, 2005, file photo, former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, center, watches a seminfinal between Andy Roddick and Thomas Johansson on Centre Court at Wimbledon.
Murray targets Queen's treble
Andy Murray will bid for his third AEGON Championships title at Queen's Club this summer after confirming his participation in the event.
Murray hopes practice will make perfect in his quest to crack Australia
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