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Chasing Perfection
Chasing Perfection
In 2013, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, and Rafael Nadal took every Grand Slam and ATP singles title, while Roger Federer appeared to decline. A new book follows the Big Four through the season, looking at what drives the men at the pinnacle of the game.
Number 1 Without an Asterisk
Number 1 Without an Asterisk
Forty-six years after his U.S. Open title, a new biography looks at Arthur Ashe as tennis champion and civil rights activist.
SPORTOLOGICALLY SPEAKING
"What’s the difference between a three-week-old puppy and a sportswriter? In six weeks, the puppy stops whining." –Mike Ditka
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I HOPE MY SON IS MISERABLE
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