Fed, Nadal on early collision course
WIMBLEDON, England -- The star heading into this wildly anticipated fortnight at the All England Club isn't a person -- it's a thing.
It's the bottom half of the men's draw, that 64-player slice of real estate that seems to find itself oddly overpopulated with Grand Slam singles champions.
Because David Ferrer had the audacity to reach the French Open final a few weeks ago, Rafael Nadal saw his ATP World Tour ranking slip to No. 5. That meant Rafa could land anywhere when the chips ...
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