Sport: Davis Cup, May 10, 1937

When Australia's Vivian McGrath appeared on the international tennis scene four years ago, experts could not have been more astonished had he been a kangaroo. For all backhand shots McGrath held his racket with both hands. For a first-class tennist to do such a thing was so unthinkable that tennis experts, instead of trying to explain it, simply regarded McGrath as an antipodean freak. Last week this point of view was confirmed when in Mexico City an Australian team played Mexico in the first round of the Davis Cup tournament. On the team was...

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