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September 21, 1970 | Walter Bingham
There was a lot of talk about a lethal new tie-breaker rule at the U.S. Open tennis championships, but the real killer was Ken Rosewall, who beat fellow Australian Tony Roche in the finals
February 22, 1971 | Walter Bingham
Until John Newcombe beat him last weekend in Philadelphia, people were wondering if Rod Laver would ever lose again. Laver had won nine straight "Pro Tennis Classic" matches at $10,000 a crack against such players as...
June 28, 1971
AUTO RACING—JACKY ICKX of Belgium drove his Ferrari to victory in the Dutch Grand Prix on a day of continuous drizzle. Ickx took the lead near the halfway mark and lapped all but runner-up Pedro Rodriguez of Mexico...
July 05, 1971 | George Plimpton
July 12, 1971 | Walter Bingham
Her name was not Matilda, but Evonne Goolagong, a lass from the Aussie Outback, had them singing her praises as she and her countryman, John Newcombe, won the most esteemed titles in tennis