Found March 22, 2012 on Sports Media Journal:
PLAYERS: Novak Djokovic
The Tennis Channel is continuing begain it’s week-long series counting down the top 100 tennis players of all time. Yesterday’s episode counted down the players from 40-21: 40 – Novak Djokovic, M, SRB 39 – Althea Gibson, F, USA 38 – Maria Bueno, M, BRA 37 – Evonne Goolagong Cawley, F, AUS 36 – Rene Lacoste, M, FRA
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