Journalist Stuart Appleby interviews three-time Wimbledon champion and tennis legend John McEnroe following his emphatic Statoil Masters Tennis final victory over Swede Mats Wilander at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
McEnroe, aged 53, showcased artistry and natural shot-making ability in a routine 6-1 6-2 win.
Afterwards, the sporting icon could not hide his delight at securing a sixth Royal Albert Hall title.
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Tim Henman and Goran Ivanisevic prepared for their Winter Whites Gala clash at the Royal Albert Hall on Saturday night by playing a mini-match on ice at the Natural History Museum. The Statoil Masters Tennis event started today, and on Saturday the Royal Albert Hall will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland in aid of Centrepoint, the patron charity of HRH The Duke of Cambridge. Centrepoint is dedicated to ending youth homelessness.
Seven-time Grand Slam champion and tennis legend John McEnroe competes in the ATP Champions Tour’s Statoil Masters Tennis tournament at the Royal Albert Hall. The video features shots of the American playing against Britain’s Jeremy Bates.
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McEnroe is back!
In 2008, John McEnroe lost 11-9 in a final set to Jeremy Bates and decided it would be his last match at his favourite venue on the ATP Champions Tour. But after two years away, McEnroe decided to return to the Statoil Masters Tennis, and he did so in style by gaining revenge against Bates at the Royal Albert Hall.