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September 04, 1961 | William F. Talbert
In the classic eyes-right, eyes-left newsreel sequence, a tennis gallery seems to be viewing a game as monotonous as a metronome. Actually, tournament play provides a constantly changing spectrum of style, stroke and...
September 19, 1960 | Gilbert Rogin
The nonamateurs at Forest Hills prove that it is becoming increasingly difficult to put on their championships without champions
August 31, 1959 | William F. Talbert
Count on two points for America in the singles, thanks to Alex Olmedo. Concede the doubles to the Australians. Then hope that an aroused Barry MacKay can snare one singles match
August 24, 1959
The British really expected to keep the Wightman Cup this year. The Australians expected to have no trouble with India's improvised team in the Davis Cup interzone finals at Brookline, Mass. But the week brought...
July 13, 1959 | John Metcalf
Empires may crumble, sterling may sag, dark-eyed Latin Americans may triumph over trustworthy Anglo-Saxons, but Wimbledon, a tight little, right little suburb 40 minutes southwest from Piccadilly Circus, remains the...