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The last great rivalry today?

Djokovic and Murray represent what could be the end of a great generation

Updated: March 4, 2014, 1:09 AM ET
By Matt Wilansky | ESPN.com

NEW YORK -- It's good to be a sofa-bound tennis fanatic these days. Well, that is, assuming you enjoy the glorious rivalries that have evolved, devolved and re-emerged over the past decade. We've been flooded with some of the best this game has ever had to offer, which is no small feat given the large footprints today's players have followed.

But this era is going through a bit of a remodeling stage. Sure, we've been spoiled by a bloated state of breathtaking tennis, but we're amid something ...

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