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Morning Men Classics: The Men of Wimbledon!

The 2020 Wimbledon tournament was cancelled this year due to Covid-19. If it had not, today would have been the men’s final.

Since 2003, only Novak Djokovic (5), Roger Federer (8), Rafael Nadal (2), and Andy Murray (2) have won the men’s crown.

On this day, let’s look back on some of the past men’s champions and finalists who I find particularly attractive.

Five-time champion Bjorn Borg (left and below) was quite the heartthrob during his era in the 1970s and early 80s. Aussie hunk Pat Rafter (pictured with seven-time champ Pete Sampras) never won but made it twice to the finals while Stefan Edberg, made three consecutive finals against Boris Becker and won two of them.

Andy Roddick (wearing the white baseball cap) made it to three Wimbledon finals in his career but, unfortunately for him, ran into Roger Federer each time and lost – including a heartbreaking final in 2009. Aussie Lleyton Lewitt (shaking hands with Roddick) only made it to one final (in 2002) but he won it.

And finally, there are a pair of Aussies who also had their moments at Wimbledon: the blond and buff Lew Hoad who won in 1956 and 57 and the handsome Pat Cash (top and bottom photos) who was the men’s champion in 1987.

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3 Remarks

  1. I was Bjorn Borg’s valet for a few years back in the late 70′s. To see him come out of the shower was like watching a Greek God. Amazing incredible body,face,hair and eyes that when he looked at you you would just melt inside. Drop dead beautiful…

  2. I had such a thing for Pat Cash and Stefan Edberg in equal measures… I think it was those two that helped me realise I was gay as a teenager.

  3. Those legs, those thighs. And both so handsome.

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