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#6290: WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TENNIS
1975-03-09, NBC, 30 min.
Bud Collins, Butch Buchholz

The Aetna World Cup, pitting the United States vs. Australia, in a best of seven team competition. Australia holds a 4-1 lead in the series. Bud Collins & Butch Buchholz report from Hartford, Connecticut.
#9552: TENNIS
1976-05-09, CBS, min.
Chris Everett, Rosie Casals

Chris Everett vs. Rosie Casals 

one-third of the match only is covered.             
#9813: UNITED STATES OPEN TENNIS HIGHLIGHTS
1976-09-07, NBC, 15 min.
Jimmy Connors, Chris Evert, Billie Jean King

Highlights of the 1976 United States Open tennis tournament from Forest Hills, New York.            
#9814: UNITED STATES OPEN TENNIS HIGHLIGHTS
1976-09-08, NBC, 15 min.
Jimmy Connors, Chris Evert, Billie Jean King

Highlights of the 1976 United States Open tennis tournament from Forest Hills, New York.                         
#9815: UNITED STATES OPEN TENNIS HIGHLIGHTS
1976-09-09, CBS, 15 min.
Jimmy Connors, Chris Evert, Bjorg Borg, Evonne Goolagong

Highlights of the 1976 United States Open tennis tournament from Forest Hills, New York. Winners were Jimmy Connors and Chris Evert.                                      
#9895: "WIMBLEDON TENNIS
1977-07-02, NBC, 180 min.
Jim Simpson, Bud Collins, John Newcombe, Bjorg Borge, Virginia Wade, Ross Case, Geoff Masters, Jo Anne Russell, Greer Stevens, Robert Hewitt, Helen Gourlay Cawley

Live coverage of the 1977 Wimbledon Tennis Tournament from London, England. This special is a three-hour excerpt. 

Host: Jim Simpson.            
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