At Wimbledon, American Men Are Putting on a Fourth of July Bash

Nearly everywhere one looked on Wednesday and Thursday, an American man was slamming or slicing or grinding his way into the final 32, and it feels like the 1990s.

Taylor Fritz, left, Francis Tiafoe and Tommy Paul, are three of eight American men ranked in the top 50. Shaun Botterill/Getty Images; Clive Brunskill/Getty Images; Justin Setterfield/Getty Images

WIMBLEDON, England — Just in time for the Fourth of July weekend, the American men are throwing a party on British soil.

As night fell on Thursday at the All England Club, eight American men were set to qualify for the third round of the prestigious Wimbledon tournament, accounting for 25 percent of the final

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