Sport: Reconquered Cup

One thing about Tennists Tony Trabert and Vic Seixas—they always provide suspense. Nobody can ever be sure whether they will play great tennis or goof. Last week, in regaining the Davis Cup for the U.S. from Australia, they did both.

On the way to Sydney's White City Stadium Vic Seixas squirmed nervously in the taxi. Nevertheless, he was relieved that he was not due to play first (he had been beaten in the opening singles match last year). But eager-beaver Tony was bursting for action. The luck of the draw had spared Seixas, pitted Trabert against Australia's brilliant Lew Hoad in the...

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