TIM HENMAN is being quizzed on his specialist subject.
Wimbledon semi-finals. And how to avoid losing them. Four times he made it to this stage – 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2002 – without ever being able to take that agonising final step. He bears all this with incredible good grace, particularly an inquiry as to whether semi-finals are the most excruciating matches of all. "If I had played a final then maybe I would be able to answer that question," he deadpans, before his expression dissolves into a smile.
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