Nadal makes no bones about it
KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. -- When he was carving out his legacy as perhaps the greatest male player in tennis history, Roger Federer never seemed to be in a hurry. His dazzling ability, the sheer intricacy of his footwork, always made it seem like he was just having a cup of coffee and reading the morning paper.
On Friday night, a sold-out Sony Ericsson Open house was desperately hoping the 29-year-old could somehow channel the game that won 16 Grand Slam singles titles. ...
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