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‘Roe Eagle! ESPN tennis analyst Patrick ‘Brother of John’ McEnroe gives ‘War Eagle’ during Wimbledon broadcast

Well dang, it wasn’t John McEnroe, but a “War Eagle” exchange between John’s brother Patrick and fellow ESPN tennis analyst Brad Gilbert during the broadcast of former “University of Auburn” tennis star Tim Puetz’ second-round Wimbledon match Wednesday was still pretty cool.

Puetz, a four-year letterwinner and All-American at Auburn, was stickin’ his tongue out at his opponent, a guy named Fabio, early but his 46 unforced errors ultimately cost him. Which is to say he lost. It hurts.

This helps a little. (Can’t see the video? Try here.)

This time last year, another wearer of the “A” was gettin’ War Eagles and stuff at the French Open.

h/t: Missy Wassum Greenhaw. Video: Jeff Poor

Related: Evert To Conquer: Tennis legend Chris Evert’s brother Drew was a top-notch netter for Auburn in the mid 70s.

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