A couple of bad French Opens is not the problem
Updated: May 27, 2005, 11:51 AM ETBy Patrick McEnroe | Special to ESPN.com
PARIS It's no secret that Americans struggle on clay. With the exception of some tough baseliners such as Jim Courier, Americans have always struggled on clay.
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