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U.S. men likely to wander Wimbledon wilderness once again

Reuters Thursday, 27 June 2019 ()
The Americans set to compete at Wimbledon are unlikely to end the United States' 19-year drought for the men's title at the All England Club as the nation's top athletes continue to be drawn to other sports, tennis great John McEnroe has said.
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