Answer: John Milman
Australian, John Milman defeated Roger Federer in the fourth round of the 2018 U.S. Open championship.
Answer: Roger Federer
Roger Federer won the 2012 Wimbledon men's singles after a victory over Andy Murray in the final. His victory in this tournament was his 17th Grand Slam title and 7th Wimbledon title.
Answer: Grigor Dimitrov
2013 Wimbledon champion, Andy Murray could not defend his title the subsequent year because he was beaten by Grigor in the quarterfinals of the 2014 men's singles Wimbledon Championship. Novak Djokovic won that year's championship, after a final victory over Roger Federer.
Answer: Gilbert Arenas
Though Gilbert "Agent Zero" Arenas may never make the Hall of Fame, during the height of his career, he was absolutely impossible to defend.
Answer: Red Grange
Beginning his professional career in 1925, Red Grange (1903-1991) was the first player to attract the masses to NFL games and is thus credited with legitimizing the league.
Paul Hubbard (1871-1946) suffered from deafness. He created the huddle so that he can hear teammates better and hide plays from the defending squad.
Answer: Ray Allen
In a career defined by setting NBA records in three-pointers made, the biggest shot of Ray Allen's career came near the end of it, in 2013, when the Heat staved off elimination and ultimately won the Championship thanks in large part to his clutch shot in Game 6 of the Finals.
Answer: $2 Million
NFL players, on average, make $2.1 million annually, which is considerably less than their MLB and NBA counterparts.
Answer: Eddy Curry
In addition to securing Eddy Curry with the fourth pick in the 2001 NBA Draft, the Bulls also acquired the second pick, Tyson Chandler, who was also straight out of high school, via a trade with the Los Angeles Clippers.
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