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Tennis Was Easy After The Titanic
Dick Williams clung to a lifeboat for six hours and later became U.S. champion
Who's Your Daddy?
Call Richard Williams what you want—bizarre, deceitful or, perhaps, mad—but be sure of one thing: He has brilliantly guided the careers and lives of his daughters Venus and Serena, the hottest players in tennis
THE HIGHEST RANKING FAMILY IN TENNIS
The Richeys of Dallas are a family consumed by a single passion that binds them together and gives meaning to their lives. The passion is tennis, although it ...
Tennis in a Blizzard
When Jack Kramer made his pro debut, New York's worst storm threatened to keep everyone away
USTINOV ON TENNIS
I became conscious of tennis at a very early age, stimulated by the fact that I detested cricket, a hate that has never left me. I got out of cricket, but then I had to ...
OLMEDO: THE ENIGMA OF TENNIS
He was everybody's hero last year when he won the Davis Cup for the U.S., but at Forest Hills the brilliant, moody Peruvian frustrated tennis fans with his erratic ...
Anyone Too Young for Tennis?
Hardly, says net star Welby Van Horn, who starts raising champions at the age of 8 in Puerto Rico
IT'S WINTERTIME, SO LET'S PLAY TENNIS
The tennis fans of Connecticut and its neighboring states are a hardy lotâ€”at least, a significant and growing number of them are. When winter winds begin to ...
THE SORRY STATE OF TENNIS
THE SORRY STATE OF TENNIS. Fans are bored, TV ratings are down, equipment sales are soft, and most pros seem to be prima donnas who ...
The Most Hated Man In Tennis Marcelo Rios, who shot to No. 3 in the world with his victory at Indian Wells, has long been top ranked in boorish behavior
Does Marcelo Rios feel an obligation to be rotten? That questionwas raised at last spring's French Open before his match withhome-country ...