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THE CHIEF INDOORS
March 02, 1959
Fresh from the heat and dazzling summer light of Australia, where he almost singlehandedly won back the Davis Cup for the U.S., Alex Olmedo ventured into the cold and gloom of New York's 7th Regiment Armory for the national indoor championships. "Fellow could get killed in this light with these bounces," he remarked, "but it's the same for everyone else as for me." Olmedo put on a dazzling show to win title from Dick Savitt.
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March 02, 1959

The Chief Indoors

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Fresh from the heat and dazzling summer light of Australia, where he almost singlehandedly won back the Davis Cup for the U.S., Alex Olmedo ventured into the cold and gloom of New York's 7th Regiment Armory for the national indoor championships. "Fellow could get killed in this light with these bounces," he remarked, "but it's the same for everyone else as for me." Olmedo put on a dazzling show to win title from Dick Savitt.

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