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Posted by tennisplanet on July 8, 2010

Tennis Legend John McEnroe, Surrounded By Traditional Ancient Guards, Arrives

Tennis legend John McEnroe, surrounded by traditional ancient guards, arrives to the port of Dubrovnik on July 8, 2010 for the humanitarian match against Goran Ivanisevic (not pictured) on the streets of the ancient old city of Durovnik. All money raised from this event will go to the renovation of the children’s ward of Dubrovnik hospital. AFP PHOTO/HRVOJE POLAN (Photo credit should read HRVOJE POLAN/AFP/Getty Images)(Photo Credit should Read /AFP/Getty Images)

Nuns Applauds

Nuns applauds tennis legends John McEnroe and Goran Ivanisevic play during an humanitarian match in the streets of the ancient old city of Dubrovnik on July 8, 2010. All money raised from this event will go to the renovation of the children’s ward of Dubrovnik hospital. AFP PHOTO/ HRVOJE POLAN (Photo credit should read HRVOJE POLAN/AFP/Getty Images)(Photo Credit should Read /AFP/Getty Images)

US Tennis Legend John McEnroe Returns

US Tennis Legend John McEnroe Returns

Tennis Legends

(L-R)  Unknown Player, Viktor Troicki, Janko Tipsarevic, Nenad Zimonjic, Novak Ddjokovic And Coach Bogdan Obradovic Of

(L-R)  Unknown Player, Viktor Troicki, Janko Tipsarevic, Nenad Zimonjic, Novak Ddjokovic And Coach Bogdan Obradovic Of

Marin Cilic Of Croatia (L) And Novak Ddjokovic Of Serbia Speak

Marin Cilic Of Croatia (L) And Novak Ddjokovic Of Serbia Speak

Viktor Trocki Of Serbia Speaks

Janko Tipsarevic Of Serbia Speaks

Croatia's Tennis

Novak Ddjokovic Of Serbia Speaks

Ivan Ljubicic Of Croatia Poses

Members The Croatian Davis Cup Tennis

Members Of The Croatian And Serbian Davis Cup Tennis

Russian Tennis

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2 Responses to “Photos.”

  1. jennifur said

    looks like gorgeous locations …

  2. Johanna said

    Dubrovnik is a UNESCO city – it’s an old citadel with fantastic architecture and marble sidewalks – it’s beautiful. Goran is from up the coast – from Split (I read a haiku about him in a restaurant there), a more modern city (though it’s “old town” dates back to the Roman empire, and those marble sidewalks abound). It’s all beautiful. And the Adriatic Sea is so electric blue. It’s great to see the tennis players promoting collegiality and sportsmanship between two former warring countries –

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