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Harry Hopman: A Tennis Legend

By Chris Lewis There was hardly a man in world tennis more respected than Harry Hopman. Right up until his death at 79 years of age in 1985, Harry Hopman could be seen on court every day at his Tennis Academy at the Bardmoor Country Club in Largo, Florida, where he ran a huge tennis […] Continue to read full article...

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Fred Stolle: “Djokovic Is Most Misunderstood Guy Out There”

In three decades of covering professional tennis, I’ve been privileged to meet and interview some of the greatest champions of sport. And one of my all time personal favorites is the former US and French Champion and Davis Cup hero Fred Stolle. Why? Just because of his friendly, engaging nature. I never saw him play […] Continue to read full article...




Biofile Fred Stolle Interview

By Scoop Malinowski Status: Winner of 1965 French Championships and 1966 US Championships. Winner of ten Grand Slam doubles titles and seven Grand Slam mixed doubles titles. Also the only male player to have lost his first five Grand Slam singles finals. Won 39 career singles titles and was ranked no. 1 in 1966 by […] Continue to read full article...

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