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McEnroe: Serena would be ranked 'like 700' on men's circuit
American tennis legend John McEnroe has drawn the ire of the sports world after saying Serena Williams would "be like 700 in the world" if she played on the men's circuit. In an interview with NPR on Sunday promoting his second memoir, "But ...

Father and son fishing trip in Augusta yields unusual catch - a rusty Remington rifle 700 Sundays Tickets
On Sunday, a father and son were fishing on the river, near the northern end of Canal Street in Augusta, when they reeled up a rusty, Remington Model 700. The weapon had a scope on top, a retractable bipod on bottom and three rounds in the magazine.

Serena Williams told John McEnroe to eff off after he said she'd be No. 700 in the men's rankings 700 Sundays Tickets
On Sunday, tennis great John McEnroe spoke to NPR about ... "if she played the men's circuit she'd be like 700 in the world." Many people were not happy with McEnroe's comment, suggesting there was no reason to disparage an incredible player ...