'Beats all of us losing': 4 US men, 8 women still in French
France Tennis French Open A United States fan holds up the American flag as he watches United States' John Isner play against Serbia's Filip Krajinovic on day four of the French Open tennis tournament at Roland Garros in Paris, France, Wednesday, June 2, 2021. “It beats all of us losing and getting on flights home,” said one member of the quartet, Stevie Johnson, who has won a pair of five-setters this week. “That’s for sure.”The other American men still in the draw: No. — On May 10, there were no American men in the ATP’s Top 30 for the first time in the nearly half-century of computerized tennis rankings. (Entering the French Open, he was 33rd, Isner 34th, Opelka 35th).wftv.com
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