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At 42, Daniel Nestor is still doubles trouble

At 42, Daniel Nestor is still doubles trouble

He came into the room for the interview under his own power. No cane. No walker. It was an amazing athletic performance. But then, Daniel Nestor is an amazing world-class doubles player, who, at age 42 and 10 months, is still competing with the best, youngest and strongest on the pro tennis tour. An hour or so earlier, he had served for the match in a first-rounder at Wimbledon against a Serbian team, Dusan Lajovic and Viktor Troicki, ages 24 and 28. This was crucial because it was shockingly hot in London, nearly 100 degrees, and Wimbledon is the last tennis tournament that still contests men's doubles over five sets, with no tiebreaker in a fifth. Nestor's partner,...