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June 16, 1969
•Clark Graebner, second-ranking U.S. tennis player, on how to insure the survival and growth of tennis: "We've got to get rid of the girls in major tournaments. If they want to establish separate tournaments for the...
January 06, 1969 | Kim Chapin
A year of vast change in tennis hit its peak when a U.S. team at long last brought home the Davis Cup, but the victory was soured by rules that still make it impossible for some of the world's best players to compete
August 26, 1968 | Kim Chapin
The main reasons for the considerable charm and appeal Davis Cup play holds for people, whether or not they are outright tennis fans, are that the competition is sufficiently old (the first Challenge Round was held...
August 05, 1968 | Roy Blount Jr.
For Clark Graebner, a paper company executive, a more relaxed mien and a steel racket have made his last year of full-time tennis his best