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A PREVIEW AND A PROPHECY ABOUT THAT "DEDICATED FORTNIGHT" AT WIMBLEDON WHERE THE BEST OF THE BEST WILL MEET NEXT WEEK
June 20, 1955 | William F. Talbert
The conservative British Call them merely "The Championships," as if they were in an all-inclusive class by themselves, and actually they are. More informally, they are known as the Wimbledon tennis championships and...
June 27, 1955
London Tennis Championships at Queen's Club, traditional prelude to Wimbledon, were won by Australia's little left-hander, Ken Rosewall, and that hardy U.S. perennial, Louise Brough of Beverly Hills, Calif.
August 29, 1955 | William F. Talbert
So says the U.S. team captain in analyzing the players and their chances in the Davis Cup Challenge Round. But he concedes that both sides have problems, and that it will be a tense struggle
September 05, 1955 | Harry Hopman
Ever since Bill Talbert and his team won the Davis Cup from Australia last December, Australians have regarded the winning back of the famous trophy a task of almost national prestige.
September 05, 1955 | William F. Talbert
America's eight months of tennis glory are ended. The Davis Cup, proud symbol of international court supremacy, is being crated and prepared for a return trip to Australia, half a world away.