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December 24, 2001
Subtlety has never been a hallmark of British tabloids. Take this recent headline from London's Daily Mail: THE TENNIS WORLD TOOK ME FOR A LESBIAN. BUT I'VE BEEN MARRIED, WIDOWED AND AM ABOUT TO BECOME MRS. 007....
August 21, 1989 | Edited by Craig Neff
August 05, 1985 | Edited by Franz Lidz
•Pam Shriver, objecting to some nasty things that Vitas Gerulaitis has been saying about women's tennis: "He shouldn't pick on girls just because he hasn't had much luck with guys."
November 13, 1978 | John Ballantine
An underrated British team won the Wightman Cup for the 10th time in 50 tries when two precocious American youngsters, Tracy Austin and Pam Shriver, lost in their London debuts
September 18, 1978 | Barry McDermott
But in a rousing final, Chris Evert, at 23 an old pro, awakened 16-year-old Pam Shriver from a sweet, dazzling dream