Blake again finding success on, off court
When James Blake shaved his head, many thought it was unthinkable.
Blake had the tennis world's most famous dreadlocks since those of Yannick Noah.
Not getting a haircut for more than three years gave Blake yet another dimension to his already marketable story: A kid with an African-American father and a British mother, who honed his game on the courts of Harlem, solidified the No. 1 ranking as a junior, played two years at Harvard and went on to become one of the world's best tennis ...
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