Answer: Roger Federer
With the exception of Roger Federer, who is from Switzerland, the rest of the players all hail from France.
Answer: Antoine Walker
In the earlier days of NBA-endorsed videogames, before EA's "NBA Live" franchise was eclipsed by "NBA 2K", the Boston Celtic's Antoine Jamison being featured on the cover of "NBA Live 99" was a big deal.
Answer: Seattle SuperSonics
Vin Baker and Gary Payton, both players on the Seattle SuperSonics at the time, were also members of the 2000 US Olympic basketball team.
The first game of football was an intercollegiate match between Rutgers and Princeton that was played on 6 November 1869.
Answer: Duck Hook
Duck hook refers to the situation where a golfer hits a low hook shot, one that does not travel far.
Answer: Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan
Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, both American internationals beat the pair of Leander Paes and Radek Štěpánek to win the men's doubles 2012 U.S. Open Championship.
In 2017, Rafael Nadal defeated Stan Wawrinka to secure his 10th title in the French Open Championship.
A traditional golf course is 18 holes, but nine-hole courses are common and can be played twice through for a full round of 18 holes.
Answer: Portland Trailblazers
High schooler Jermaine O'Neal was selected 17th in the 1996 NBA Draft by the Portland Trailblazers, never saw ample playing time with the club and thus didn't reach his full, All-Star potential until after being traded to Indiana in 2000.
Answer: Horton Smith
Former American golf player, Smith was also known as "The Joplin Ghost". He had a very impressive career, winning the 1934 and the 1936 Maters Tournament. He passed away in 1963.