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December 20, 1954 | Whitney Tower
Summery, tennis-minded Australia is the setting for one of the liveliest Challenge Round duels in history. This time the U.S. team means business
January 10, 1955 | William F. Talbert/U.S. Davis Cup Team Captain
Of all the points played in Sydney, the one diagrammed at right, says Bill Talbert, was the most decisive. It gave the U.S. a break in the opening match, and the subsequent lift which this break gave to the Americans...
January 10, 1955 | Harry Phillips
Last week when Vic Seixas and Tony Trabert bounded off the courts at White City Stadium in Sydney with the doubles victory which ended the Australians' four-year grip on the Davis Cup, the only person in the world...