Sport: The Passing of Wimbledon

World's tennis championships are no longer to be recognized. The International Lawn Tennis Federation arrived at this decision as a result of continual protests by the United States Lawn Tennis Association against a former ruling of the Federation, according to which all title matches were to be played at Wimbledon. The American Association could not agree to this award, and because of it long refrained from joining the Federation. Now that the ruling has been rescinded, however, and the Federation has abandoned all world's title events, the American Association has applied for membership.


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