Sports Illustrated senior writer S.L. Price joins host Ted Keith to discuss U.S. tennis champion Pancho Gonzales ahead of the anniversary of his retirement on May 1, 1960. Price talks about his 2002 story in SI titled, "The Lone Wolf," which details his fits of rage offended that cost him six marriages and alienated him from all but the last of his eight children. Price and Keith also discuss Gonzalez's larger-than-life persona, how Price reported the story, the surprising connections between Gonzalez and Andre Agassi, whether someone like Gonzalez could possibly exist in today's culture and more.
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