Approaching extinction of U.S. tennis
If you want to see Americans winning titles, especially Slams, tune in now
Catch them while you can. Wave your flags. Root, root, root for Andy Roddick and the Williams sisters. Do it now. Love 'em or not, take a snapshot because they're the last of a breed, the endangered species of American tennis champions.
After them, extinct. Gone. Done. Think dodo birds.
Or so it seems right now.
Roddick has won only a single Grand Slam, and it was so long ago (U.S Open, '03) we still thought housing prices could only go up and few people ...
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