Tennis: Surrounded by Latins

It was a week of U.S. agony and Latin American ecstasy. Chuck McKinley was America's first top-seeded tennis amateur in eight years in the national championships at Forest Hills, but even his debut match came close to disaster. Seized with a muscle spasm in his back at the start of his game with Ecuador's Eduardo Zuleta, McKinley grimaced through on a mixture of drugs and guts. There was always third-seeded Dennis Ralston, but it was soon clear that he was caught in another of his wild spells; in midweek he finally buckled...

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