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Topic - 2002 Wimbledon Championships
List of the 2002 Wimbledon Champions: - Source: Wikipedia
His heavily tattoed arms include one in Japanese that says, "Beauty Will Save the World."
Wimbledon is considering a calendar change that would have the tournament begin three weeks after the French Open instead of two, and top players like the idea of more time between the two Grand Slam events.
Probably would have been hard to imagine back when Brian Baker reached the 2003 junior final at the French Open that it would take him nearly a decade to make it to the men's tournament.
Brian Baker gets asked quite a bit these days to run down the long list of operations his body needed during his 6 1/2 years away from the ATP tour.
Former top-five player David Nalbandian of Argentina and veteran Americans Sam Querrey, Robby Ginepri and Jill Craybas are among those receiving wild cards into the main draws of the BNP Paribas Open to be played March 5-18 in Indian Wells.
Rafael Nadal was back on his feet after a scary moment during his news conference about two hours after his third-round victory at the U.S. Open on Sunday, when he was overcome by pain from cramping in his right hamstring and thigh.