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The Forgotten Era of Tennis: Rod Laver Part 1

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  • don_budge
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    Originally posted by doctorhl View Post
    Thank you for bringing Peter Underwood to this website. He is a wonderful writer and it is interesting to read about the “roots” of tennis and their contributions to the game.
    Ditto...just able to read Rod Laver Part 1. "Fastish clay courts"! Beautiful! Love to read about "The Rocket" starting out his journey playing in his pj's with his mother's racquet. What a beginning to an illustrious career. He was born at the time Don Budge was dusting up on his Grand Slam. Irony in the tennis world.

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  • johnyandell
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    Isn't it great? Who would have known about tennis in the bush and red ant courts?

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  • doctorhl
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    Thank you for bringing Peter Underwood to this website. He is a wonderful writer and it is interesting to read about the “roots” of tennis and their contributions to the game.

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