Same old story for American men
There's only one way to go for U.S. men at the French Open -- and that's in the direction of one of the observation decks at the Eiffel Tower.
Unlike in 2010, when John Isner and Sam Querrey met in a clay-court final, the top four Americans, or at least three of the four, are struggling on dirt heading into the season's second major. Isner, Querrey and Andy Roddick went a combined 2-7 on the European terre battue prior to this week, extending their overall malaise, while Mardy Fish ...
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