Federer, Nadal in each other's way
The oldest, most prestigious tennis tournament in the world has arrived with perhaps the most unpredictable road map. World No. 1 Novak Djokovic lost surprisingly easily here to Roger Federer in the semifinals last year and, after losing in the Roland Garros semifinal to Rafael Nadal, he did not play a grass warm-up tournament. Nadal, of course, was beaten by Lukas Rosol a year ago, didn't play for seven months only to return to win seven of the nine tournaments he has played in, including his ...
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