Sad ending for Federer in France
PARIS -- This was probably the moment tennis fans have been dreading for a year or so, the one where Roger Federer is revealed -- and there is no kind way to say this -- as an old man.
The 31-year-old had already lost the first two sets to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, but Federer was desperately trying to stay within touching distance in the third. Serving at 3-all and facing a break point, he carved a sweet half-volley, the kind we have marveled at over the years. Problem was, it wasn't shallow ...
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