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07-26-2007 09:17 AM
Re: Roscoe Tanner worshipping

Originally Posted by trivfun View Post,00.html

Here is an article by Bud Collins about that 1979 Wimbledon final.
no second acts in america, says f. scott fitzgerald.

from what i've gathered from the link...let's wait and see
06-01-2007 02:54 AM
Re: Roscoe Tanner worshipping

Well I can't say I "worship" him or any player actually, I too am a fan and have enjoyed watching re-broadcasts of his matches this past year on the Tennis Channel. I recommend you get his book "Double Fault: My Rise And Fall, And My Road Back" released a few years ago.
05-04-2007 02:53 PM
Re: Roscoe Tanner worshipping,00.html

Here is an article by Bud Collins about that 1979 Wimbledon final.
04-29-2007 04:26 PM
Roscoe Tanner worshipping

its a pity only few people know about this legend. this man not only had the best serve EVER, left handed with an extremely low ball toss that made it unpredictable, not only did he he win AO 1977 destroying Vilas 6-3 6-3 6-3, but was the only player Borg was scared of facing in Wimbledon. Their 1979 final is epic and way better than the overhyped Borg- McEnroe final.
Evryone should support the man after what they did to him when he retired. drugs, prison, nothing will ever delete his legacy!
i hope i am not only one worshipper here. shame on MTF is so

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