Sport: Women's Wimbledon

Fortnight ago when the top-ranking tennis players of the world assembled at Wimbledon for the 58th All-England championships, most international of all tournaments, the spotlight played on the distaff side. So completely has California's red-haired Donald Budge dominated men's tennis in the past year that no one mentioned the possibility of his defeat. But for women it promised to be the greatest championship in Wimbledon's history.

Except for England's No. 1 Dorothy Round Little, whose recent marriage prevented her from defending the championship, all the best women tennists were entered: Chile's Anita Lizana (U. S. champion), France's Simone...

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