Business of Sport: Ireland's tennis ace aiming for net gains

Ireland's James McGee started last week with high hopes.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
22nd June, 2014
James McGee: I'm always on the go' Picture: Getty

Ireland's James McGee started last week with high hopes. Facing into the qualifying rounds of Wimbledon, Ireland's top tennis player had some good form under his belt.

He had only just missed out on qualification for the Roland Garros tournament in May and has had success subsequently. After two wins in the London Queen's Club competition he lost after three tough sets to Daniel Brand [ranked 54] who's taken Rafael Nadal to four sets and...

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