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Topic - Michael Chang
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Andy Murray is curious to see how the locker room dynamics change with the likes of Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg and Michael Chang following Ivan Lendl into the coaching ranks.
Thousands of fans descended upon Verizon Center on Friday night to watch four middle-aged men hack it around on the tennis court. At times it looked like the players were shaking rust off their rackets rather than hitting tennis balls, but everyone in attendance knew they were getting their money's worth before the first serve was even tossed toward the sky. After all, Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras were in the mix.
At one point, after three consecutive aces against Sampras, a baffled Chang yelled across the court, "I just have one question: How does it feel to be on the other end of that?"
"I haven't really spoken to many of the players about it, to be honest," he said.