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On grass, no one is in professor's class

Roger Federer raises his hands in triumph for the fourth time after a Wimbledon final.
Roger Federer raises his hands in triumph for the fourth time after a Wimbledon final. (Getty Images Photo / Clive Brunskill) Getty Images Photo / Clive Brunskill
By Bud Collins
July 10, 2006

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LONDON -- It was a tale of two city's classrooms, towns that scribbler Charles Dickens would recognize: Paris and London. And two guys named Federer and Nadal, who might have reminded Dickens of his Oliver Twist because they always want more. (Full article: 802 words)

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