Showing 1 - 10 of 216 Stories for Bob Lutz
Tiny Bob tiptoes through the amateurs
Much of the excitement at an otherwise dreary tournament was furnished by Bob Lutz, whose nickname derives from his singing—not his tennis. In the clutch, though, he had to yield to imperturbable Arthur Ashe
TUNING UP FOR A NEW HUNT BALL
The 37-year-old Rosewall, meanwhile, disposed of two Americans, Bob Lutz and Arthur Ashe, to bring his creaking, stroking-machine body ...
The Italians get the boot
Despite the throbbing arias of a 350-pound cheerleader, Italy was defeated in the Davis Cup finals by the United States, as Smith and Lutz rendered their last duet
ARTHUR WAS KING FOR A DAY
At the national doubles last month Smith teamed with Bob Lutz, 18, a future Stanford student, to beat Osuna and Antonio Palafox, former Wimbledon and U.S. ...
THE ODD COUPLE OF THE COURTS
Minutes later it flashes on Fleming that McEnroe is denigrating Stan Smith and Bob Lutz, a storied team, Davis Cup heroes, his heroes.
You can play Laver but you can't beat him
Australia's Rod Laver proved again at Forest Hills last week that the best players in the world are no match for him as he waltzed away with the men's singles title to complete his second Grand Slam
The Aussies bomb in New Haven
Even the once-great Newk could not prevent a U.S. rout in the World Cup
Hail the Trinity twosome
It was a heaven-sent week for Tennis Tech at the NCAA championship, and it ended in a grand splash of sunlight—an all-Trinity final
Reaching for the Davis Cup
By beating India this week, the U.S. has qualified to play Australia, which may use youngsters John Alexander (above) and Phillip Dent