Just like old times for Roger Federer
WIMBLEDON, England -- Paul Annacone was one of the few people who saw this spectacular renaissance coming.
With the bookmakers and tennis pragmatists touting No. 1-ranked Novak Djokovic in the Wimbledon semifinals, Annacone stoutly defended his current employer, one Roger Federer.
"You can always make it more complicated than it is," Federer's coach of two years said Thursday afternoon. "I thought he'd win before the tournament. If he plays well, he will win, in my opinion. Obviously, ...
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