Tennis Week: "John McEnroe celebrated his 46th birthday on February 16th, but the energetic New Yorker isn’t showing signs of growing up any time soon. Recalling the soft touch and imaginative all-court flair of his youth, McEnroe mesmerized Frankfurt fans with today’s 6-2, 6-4 dissection of Cedric Pioline to capture the first Delta Tour of Champions title of the year in Frankfurt. In ******ing a 4-0 lead to start the match, a masterful McEnroe picked Pioline apart with angles and an array of spins that put the Frenchman in awkward positions on the court. Giving up 11 years in age to the 35-year-old Pioline, a relaxed McEnroe felt the shots flow from the outset looked to be in good spirits for much of the match. "Today was nice because not only did I play great but I felt good on the court," McEnroe told senior tour communications director David Law. "When that happens you make the most of it because it doesn’t happen that often any more! Cedric came out of a very tough group where they were beating up on each other, and the goal for me was to peak for the last day or two. The last couple of months I’ve been working out hard so that I could do that." Pioline had beaten Ivanisevic and Courier. Ivanisevice ended up in the 3rd spot. Mcenroe had beaten Leconte, Pernfors and Cash. Good week for little Pernfors and Anders Jarryd as well who beat Courier and lost to Ivanisevic in final tie breaker.