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McEnroe calls for shakeup in five-set format

John McEnroe is ready for a shakeup in tennis, with the former great calling for tweaks to the classic best-of-five-set format at the Grand Slams.

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Mac, ESPN to phone it in for Roland Garros

American TV talking head John McEnroe will step into the unknown a week from  Sunday when ESPN attempts to cover the French Open from a studio in

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Mac just not feeling it at empty, deserted Open

As a player and now TV commentator who wears his heart on his sleeve, John McEnroe admits he feels barely alive as he works the deserted

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COVID cancels McEnroe’s Paris trip

John McEnroe will not be in Paris later this month for the French Open. The tennis legend and NBC commentator has confirmed the US TV

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Djokovic will never shake his ‘villain’ label: McEnroe

Novak Djokovic’s ball-slinging mini-meltdown which got him defaulted out of the US Open will forever stain the Serb’s remaining time in tennis, according to the

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‘Bizarre, crazy and beyond belief’ – McEnroe

On what would have been Wimbledon finals weekend Tennis legend John McEnroe has been talking to BBC Sport’s Sue Barker, trying to get his head

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McEnroe says Djokovic will play US, but Rafa won’t

John McEnroe has told BBC that he thinks World number 1 Novak Djokovic with choose to play the US Open and Roland Garros, but Rafa

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Thanks Mac, but no thanks! Kyrgios spurns coach offer

Nick Kyrgios won’t be accepting John McEnroe’s offer to coach anytime soon after declaring tennis coaches “are overpaid” and that his career is “too far

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I’d love to coach Kyrgios, says McEnroe

Tennis legend John McEnroe believes it would be a ‘no-brainer’ for him to coach Aussie bad boy Nick Kyrgios. Kyrgios prefers to be a solo


John McEnroe – “Mac The Mouth”

Roger Parker looks back at the legend that is John McEnroe… Check out publisher Roger Parker’s trip down memory lane to photographically revue the