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AUGUST 29, 1955
July 14, 2003 | Richard Hoffer
The tradition of paying athletes in trinkets and trophies, as if their glory were diminished by something so base as money, was fading. Pro sports, still seen as a little rough and tumble, a little disorganized...
June 24, 2002 | S.L. Price
Pancho Gonzalez may have been the best tennis player of all time, but his fits of rage offended almost everyone in the game, cost him six marriages and alienated him from all but the last of his eight children
September 15, 1980 | Frank Deford
Sadly, most American tennis fans have no idea how well their sport can be covered on television. On the BBC telecasts of Wimbledon, the mellifluous Dan Maskell chairs the proceedings. He knows the language and the...
October 16, 1978 | Clive Gammon
On its way to the final round of the Davis Cup, the U.S. lost twice to Borg in Göteborg, but won the match, 3-2