‘Bizarre, crazy and beyond belief’ -19 and his hopes for US Open

‘Bizarre, crazy and beyond belief’ -19 and his hopes for US Open

Tennis legend John McEnroe talks to BBC Sport’s Sue Barker about lockdown life and his hopes that a US Open tournament could still happen this year, despite the Coronavirus situation in the United States which he says is “getting worse and bordering on freaking out.”

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