Sport: Scoreboard, Jul. 9, 1956

¶ Upsets studded the first week of the All-England championships at Wimbledon, which more than ever seemed to be dominated by Australian men and U.S. women. Egypt's Jaroslav Drobny, 1954 champion, was beaten by an Indian with a rapier backhand called Ramanathan Krishnan. Ashley Cooper, the 19-year-old Australian whiz, beat third-seeded Sven Davidson of Sweden, and then Cooper himself was outlasted by unsung Allen Morris, onetime Georgia Tech footballer. Elegant Budge Patty, 1950 champion and seeded fourth, was ousted by Britain's hard-hitting but erratic 20-year-old Bobby Wilson. Luis Ayala of Chile downed...

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