Sport: Down Under

Ever since 1907, when Australia startled both hemispheres by taking the Davis Cup from the British Isles, tennists from Down Under have ranked with the top-notchers of the world and their national championships have increased in importance until they are now included, along with those of France, England and the U. S., in the Big Four of international tennis events.

Last week a small but select group of internationalists gathered at Adelaide for the fourth and last stop on the annual world tennis cruise. Competitively, the company was fast. Germany's Baron Gottfried von...

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