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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.
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...
January 10, 1955 | William F. Talbert/U.S. Davis Cup Team Captain
January 03, 1955
Determined American tennis players finally end the Australian domination
December 20, 1954 | William F. Talbert
Last week Harry Hopman, captain of Australia's Davis Cup team, predicted a clear-cut victory for his side. Now the U.S. captain replies—with some different opinions