Drehs: Killing time between matches is a challenge
WIMBLEDON, England When his alarm goes off each and every Wimbledon morning, Sebastien Grosjean can't help but smile.
He knows what lies ahead.
A chocolate croissant. A warm cup of coffee. And a 30-minute dosage of MTV's "Pimp My Ride."
"I like that one. I like it a lot," Grosjean says in his endearing French accent of the rags-to-riches show for automobiles. "The job they do with the car is amazing. Outstanding."
So every morning, before he prepares for the ...
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