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- Arthur Ashe : (1943-1993) A United States tennis player and social advocate.
- Australia : Continent in the Southern Hemisphere and the federal parliamentary nation that occupies it.
- Bill Tilden : Was the world's leading tennis player and personality of the early 20th century and remains a candidate for the title of the greatest tennis player of all time.
- Björn Borg : A Swedish World No. 1 professional tennis player who won 11 grand slam tournaments in a 9-year career.
- Bobby Riggs : A leading American tennis player of the 1940s, who, as either an amateur or a professional, was the World No. 1 player for two or, possibly, three years.
- Catalog of World No. 1 male tennis players : Add brief definition or description
- Dallas : City in northeastern Texas; population 1,250,180 (2006 estimate).
- Don Budge : A great American tennis player of the 1930s and 40s who was the World No. 1 player for 5 years.
- Frank Sedgman : (1927 -), leading Australian tennis player of the 1950s.
- Fred Perry : English tennis player and three-time Wimbledon champion.
- Pancho Gonzales : (May 9, 1928 – July 3, 1995) Was the world's leading tennis player and personality of the mid-20th century and remains a candidate for the title of the greatest tennis player of all time.
- Pancho Segura : (1921) Ecuadorian/American tennis player of the 1940s and '50s who was one of the best professional players in the world for nearly two decades.
- Ted Schroeder : Fine American tennis player of the 1940s (1921–2006)
- Tennis : A sport played on a hard-surfaced rectangular court, between either two players or two teams of two players each, in which the players attempt to strike a hollow rubber ball, using a stringed raquet, over a net into the opponent's half of the court.