Showing 1 - 10 of 53 Stories for Tracy Austin
She Won, But Is She No. 1?
Tracy Austin was indeed driven as she won the Toyota Championships to stake her claim to the top spot in women's tennis
A grim grip on the cup
Tracy Austin (above) was a star in a resolute battle against the British as the U.S. team regained the Wightman Cup
The French To A Frenchman
Yannick Noah overwhelmed his countrymen as well as his opponents en route to winning his nation's title
Now wait just a minute, kid
Andrea Jaeger, only 15, cut a wide swath through the field at the U.S. Clay Court Championships, until Chris Evert Lloyd taught her some respect for her elders
Young And Old, Wise And Goofy
Barbara Potter, tennis' newest star, is half grown-up, half schoolgirl and, on the court, all hate-to-lose singlemindedness
Tracy Austin won the Wimbledon mixed doubles with her brother John; 11 singles championships, including the indoor tour, brought smiles as ...
ON AND UP WITH STEFFI
17, it marked the first time since 1981, when Tracy Austin was No. 1 for four months, that neither Navratilova nor Evert had held the top spot.
THANK HEAVEN FOR LITTLE GIRLS
Fifteen-year-old Tracy Caulkins set five U.S. records and along with the rest of the gang sent East Germany a message.
They Held The Open In Czech
Ivan Lendl and Hana Mandlikova got their acts together and won championships at the U.S. Open
TRACY CAULKINS: "I could be over the hill in 1984."
Tracy Caulkins looked to her mother for help. "I don't know. Did I?" she said. "You never really cried, no. You never really broke down and cried," her mother said ...