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February 18, 1963 | Roger S. Hewlett
Spectator tennis is sick. Participant tennis is flourishing. But there is ominous news from Australia. In that sports-happy country people are beginning to get tired of both
January 21, 1963 | Dave Anderson
When Jack Kramer made his pro debut, New York's worst storm threatened to keep everyone away
May 28, 1962 | Jack Kramer
For years the mossbacks of amateur tennis have insisted they would all be for open tennis—if only that terrible fellow Jack Kramer weren't waiting to grab control of it. After 10 years as a professional promoter,...
April 02, 1962 | David L. Freed
For two dismal years David Lester Freed, a Salt Lake City businessman, served as nonplaying captain of the U.S. Davis Cup team. His captaincy marked a new low in U.S. Davis Cup fortunes. Twice in a row his teams...
January 29, 1962 | Dave Anderson
When Jack Kramer made his pro debut 14 years ago, New York's worst storm threatened to keep everyone away