Threesome dig their way out of tailspin
This weekend was about resurrection, in more ways than one. In tennis, three former world No. 1 players, two of whom had been written off by many as long dead and buried, suddenly showed new signs of life that could complicate matters for the front-runners during the European clay-court season.
The least likely Lazarus in the bunch was Juan Carlos Ferrero, the former French Open champ and No. 1 (September 2003) who won in Casablanca over Florent Serra yesterday. Ferrero hadn't won a title ...
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