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THE DARLING DIPLOMACY OF TENNIS
This week the finest amateur tennis players from all over the world will arrive in Forest Hills, N.Y. to play in the national championships. Their number will include ...
THE OTHER TOKYO TENNIS COURT ROMANCE
By now everybody knows that Japan's Crown Prince met and fell for his pretty young bride on a tennis court, but Akihito and Michiko were not the only ardent ...
TENNIS: Now you can play it better
Tennis is a game anyone can play. Swinging a tennis racket properly comes just as easily and naturally as throwing a ball or swatting a fly or performing any of ...
THE QUESTION: Would the three-bounce rule make tennis a more interesting game for the spectators?
Changing to the three-bounce rule might make tennis a lobbing game. Maybe there are other ways of stimulating more action. Softening the ball could do it.
U.S. TENNIS IS BEING KILLED
The man who—one way or another—has dominated U.S. tennis since the end of World War II settled comfortably at a luncheon table in a Manhattan restaurant.
Tennis in a Blizzard
When Jack Kramer made his pro debut 14 years ago, New York's worst storm threatened to keep everyone away
RED TENNIS DRIVE
The U.S. Davis Cup captain sees a new rivalry in the making: Russia is building power for a RED TENNIS DRIVE.
NEWPORT TENNIS STAGES A DIAMOND JUBILEE
Seventy-five years after the first national tennis championships were held on its courts, the Newport (R.I.) Casino celebrated with a pageant featuring costumes ...
Stories of Tennis
Roger Federer'sMoment of Truth CARTWHEELING WITHtopspin, the ball made a hard left turn as it skidded off the grass, seeminglyheaded for ...