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Reluctant Queens of the Court
Helen Wills and Suzanne Lenglen, the top women tennis players of their day, avoided each other for years. Finally they met in an unimportant tournament in Cannes
COURT-MARTIAL FOR A GENERAL
Commissioner Bill Eckert announced his own sentence to the press, then stepped aside as baseball began searching for a new image.
Laughter in the wings, murder on the court
Jimmy Jacobs, perennial king of four-wall singles, picked the wrong time to abdicate. While he eased to a doubles win, two brilliant newcomers, battling as fiercely as only he had in the past, usurped his crown
A KING WITHOUT A CROWN
Eddie Feigner is The King, as in The King and His Court traveling four-man softball circus, magic tricks and laugh-track show—pack up the babies and grab the ...
Friends of the Court They're often viewed with suspicion--and sometimes it's justified--but many NBA players couldn't cope without their posses
It had been a brutal NBA road trip for the Seattle SuperSonics, five cities in eight days. On March 5, still feeling the effects of the travel, Marty ...
Court of Appeals
The U.S. men can salvage a Slam-less season by winning the Davis Cup
Your Court Or Mine
In a loopy run-up to the French Open and Wimbledon, No. 1 Roger Federer and No. 2 Rafael Nadal played an exhibition on a half-grass (Federer's favorite) and half-clay (Nadal's specialty) surface. Advantage ... Nadal?
Cashing In at Centre Court
The games of July had an international flavor. At Wimbledon, Martina Navratilova won a record sixth straight (and eighth overall) women's ...