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February 07, 2000 | Frank Deford
It's doubtful that any American athlete who survived World War II was as penalized by the conflict as was Don Budge, who died last week at 84. When the war came, Budge was in his mid-20s, at the height of his powers....
July 05, 1993 | Ron Fimrite
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...
August 29, 1988 | Frank Deford
February 05, 1979 | Edited by J. D. Reed
•Don Budge, on the new Ellsworth Vines and Gene Vier book, Tennis: Myth and Method, in which Vines picks Budge as the greatest player of all time: "It's one of the most knowledgeable tennis books ever written."