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July 11, 1960
When quarter-finals day at Wimbledon began, the United States, represented by Earl Buchholz and Barry MacKay, seemed to have a good chance to win the men's singles for the first time since Tony Trabert beat Lew Hoad...
September 21, 1959
When Neale Fraser, the tall, muscular 25-year-old from Melbourne, Australia walked off the stadium court at Forest Hills last Sunday afternoon he was the fourth Australian in a row to take home the U.S. singles...
September 21, 1959 | William F. Talbert
An Aussie and a Brazilian won the U. S. tennis titles as the natives just watched
September 07, 1959 | William F. Talbert
The ex-Davis Cup captain explains America's loss of the cup as a matter of mismatched moods on the part of the players and a lack of courtside help on the part of Captain Perry Jones
September 09, 1957
Reaching Aussie Neale Fraser backhands shot under watchful eye of partner Ashley Cooper in National Doubles final.