June 24, 2002 | S.L. Price
Pancho Gonzalez may have been the best tennis player of all time, but his fits of rage offended almost everyone in the game, cost him six marriages and alienated him from all but the last of his eight children
July 01, 1991 | Edited by Richard Demak
The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, better known as Wimbledon, is hosting the All England Championships for the 105th time. The club has been the site of many memorable matches, and here TV commentator and...
January 21, 1974 | Joe Jares
It was hail, Colombia and goodby, gringos in the Davis Cup as the Latins, aided by Andean altitude and low opposition, annihilated the U.S.
January 29, 1973 | Joe Jares
Rod Laver got one and Dick Stockton the other as the WCT started a four-month tour that will reach the world's capitals and crannies. While the Aussie won in Miami, reports from Wales were foggy
September 01, 1969 | Bud Collins
Known primarily as a doubles man, California's 22-year-old Smith won the national singles title in Boston last week to make it clear that at the moment there is no better player in the country