U.S. men bailing on Euro dirt again
It's that time of year again. The annual bemoaning of American men losing early at clay events in Europe. Only this year, it's been a little different. They haven't been losing early -- because they haven't even been playing.
There has been only one ATP match involving an American on European clay courts so far this year -- John Isner's first-round loss in Monte Carlo three weeks ago. Subsequent tournaments in Barcelona, Bucharest, Oeiras and Munich have proceeded devoid of U.S. singles representatives, ...
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