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September 25, 1967 | Kim Chapin
In any sport, there is something indefinable that separates the champion from the pack he dominates. This is the primary theme of Tennis Observed, by Bill Talbert and Pete Axthelm (Barre Publishers, $12.50), a...
July 05, 1965
Those who love tennis will play anytime and anywhere, at dawn or midnight, in rain or snow, on concrete or quicksand. But for tennis at its best there is nothing like grass on a warm summer afternoon, It is a...
June 28, 1965
A TENNIS BONANZA: an essay in color on grass court action, a lesson by Bill Talbert on how to serve, and a look at the Richey family of Dallas, for whom tennis is everything.
July 13, 1964 | Sidney L. James
Contributing Editor Bill Talbert has won so many tennis honors during the 45 years of his life that he no longer bothers to keep count. He was four times U.S. doubles champion with Gardnar Mulloy and represented his...
May 06, 1963
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