You cannot be serious!!! Brisk sales expected for tennis legend John McEnroe’s new book entitled “But Seriously.” In an obvious attempt to pump up the volume, he not only suggested Andy Warhol “ruined my sex life,” but also this trending tidbit: On Serena Williams, the greatest women’s tennis player of all time, he said, “If...
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