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Bud Collins

In odyssey, Greek wasn't their hero

By Bud Collins
September 2, 2006

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NEW YORK -- Phantasmagorical. In a word, that's what it was. Homer, the old Greek scribbler, would have relished this 3-hour-48-minute rewrite of his ``Odyssey." Though only a tennis match, the wandering of two combatants called Andre and Marcos through a variety of perils along the treacherous way to the third round of the US Open was high melodrama in ... (Full article: 951 words)

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