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McEnroe enjoys new role as comedy fall guy

03 Jul 2013

LONDON John McEnroe was once the "bad boy" of Wimbledon, berating linesmen and umpires alike and famously screaming "You cannot be serious".

McEnroe enjoys new role as comedy fall guy

03 Jul 2013

LONDON John McEnroe was once the "bad boy" of Wimbledon, berating linesmen and umpires alike and famously screaming "You cannot be serious".

McEnroe enjoys new role as comedy fall guy

03 Jul 2013

LONDON John McEnroe was once the "bad boy" of Wimbledon, berating linesmen and umpires alike and famously screaming "You cannot be serious".

Tennis-McEnroe enjoys new role as comedy fall guy

03 Jul 2013

LONDON, July 3 John McEnroe was once the "bad boy" of Wimbledon, berating linesmen and umpires alike and famously screaming "You cannot be serious".

Thai name tricky tongue twister? Not for umpire

02 Jul 2013

LONDON LONDON, July 2 For Australian tennis umpire James Tucker, the name Wishaya Trongcharoenchaikul holds no fears.

Thai name tricky tongue twister? Not for umpire

02 Jul 2013

LONDON LONDON, July 2 For Australian tennis umpire James Tucker, the name Wishaya Trongcharoenchaikul holds no fears.

Thai name tricky tongue twister? Not for tennis umpire

02 Jul 2013

LONDON LONDON, July 2 For Australian tennis umpire James Tucker, the name Wishaya Trongcharoenchaikul holds no fears.

Who's that girl? Fans have to check who is playing

02 Jul 2013

LONDON Clutching tickets won in a raffle, acquired through the local tennis club or bought at a charity auction, the fans huddled together on a chilly Center Court all agreed - the Wimbledon women's quarter-finals were low on star names.

Who's that girl? Fans have to check who is playing

02 Jul 2013

LONDON Clutching tickets won in a raffle, acquired through the local tennis club or bought at a charity auction, the fans huddled together on a chilly Centre Court all agreed - the Wimbledon women's quarter-finals were low on star names.

Who's that girl? Fans have to check who is playing

02 Jul 2013

LONDON Clutching tickets won in a raffle, acquired through the local tennis club or bought at a charity auction, the fans huddled together on a chilly Centre Court all agreed - the Wimbledon women's quarter-finals were low on star names.

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