SOURCE: Washington Post
Dominant in African American tennis (and basketball) competition, Washington never had the opportunity to test her ability against the champions of the white tennis establishment.
by John Howard
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by Robert Lipsyte
Billie Jean King's legacy runs far beyond tennis, and has become even more relevant with the passage of time as challenges to the doctrine of amateurism and the NCAA make clear.
by Ryan Swanson
Presidents, be wary of associating with country club sports during times of political crisis.
SOURCE: NY Times
by Tera W. Hunter
"What she and Venus have accomplished is far more important than future titles and broken records."
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