Tsonga must turn talent into wins
WIMBLEDON, London -- It is mandate time for Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. At his lowest, he was defeated by Novak Djokovic on the red clay of Roland Garros, in front of his countrymen, when he knew he should have been tasting the champagne of his first-ever semifinal there three weeks ago. But he issued a warning of rebirth in defeat, a signal of what his talents could bring, of what he forecast to be his next act.
"I'll try to remember this match and this loss so I have more confidence in tournaments ...
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