Djokovic is the new gold standard
WIMBLEDON, England -- The first 72 hours of Wimbledon represented the last 72 hours of a piece of a dynasty. But the twin shocks of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer leaving a tournament before Dustin Brown did not end an era.
They've combined for 29 Grand Slams, 45 Masters 1000 titles and a million more memories. That neither escaped the first week was unprecedented, and the comments of both implied that they and the rest of the tennis world must brace for and adjust to the new ...
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