U.S. needs to broaden appeal of tennis
Sport should draw young athletes from football, baseball, basketball
One of the best pure athletes in any sport is Nate Robinson.
Fast. Strong. Jumps out of the freaking gym -- as is evident by his three dunk contest trophies.
Yet because of his height, his NBA career has a glass ceiling, and he is confined to being a bit of a sideshow performer, showcased only during that one event All-Star Weekend. On the one hand, he should be commended for getting as far as he has. On the other, he is a prime example of wasted talent. Someone ...
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