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  • ...he best ever to have been either [[Don Budge]] (for consistent play) or '''Vines''' (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically, ...hful Kramer in a 1935 match in Southern California: "And here is Ellsworth Vines, 6'2-1/2" tall, 155 pounds, dressed like Fred Astaire and hitting shots li
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Ellsworth Vines]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...th amateur and pro, as being Tilden, Cochet, [[Bunny Austin]], [[Ellsworth Vines]], [[Fred Perry]], Karel Koželuh, Richards, and Shields, with Tilden, Ko ...Nüsslein]]; '''Bowers''' ranks the top 8, both amateur and pro, as being Vines, Tilden, Cochet, Karel Koželuh, Borotra, [[Martin Plaa]], Allison, and N
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  • ...logs/World No. 1 male players|'''World No. 1''']] player for 1932. In 1933 Vines, who had turned professional, was gone from the Top 10 but had been replac ..., the most famous one being the youthful but almost unbeatable [[Ellsworth Vines]], who had won the National mens championship at Forest Hills two years in
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  • ...he best ever to have been either [[Don Budge]] (for consistent play) or '''Vines''' (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically, ...hful Kramer in a 1935 match in Southern California: "And here is Ellsworth Vines, 6'2-1/2" tall, 155 pounds, dressed like Fred Astaire and hitting shots li
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  • ...35 || [[Wembley Championship]] || Indoors || {{flagicon|USA}} [[Ellsworth Vines]] || 1–6, 3–6, 7–5, 6–3, 3–6 .../ref> so a probable win-loss record at tour's end on May 13 was 36–17 in Vines' favor (slightly over 50 matches would have been played, per Ray Bowers).
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  • ...ver to have been either [[Don Budge]] (for consistent play) or [[Ellsworth Vines]] (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically, ...ional and played a series of matches against both Vines and Perry, beating Vines 21 times to 18 and dominating Perry by 18 victories to 11.
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  • ...-known book called ''Tennis: Myth and Method'', co-written with Gene Vier. Vines devotes the first part of the book to individual chapters about the ten gr ...man" to ever play the game.<ref>''Tennis: Myth and Method'', by Ellsworth Vines and Gene Vier, Viking Press, New York, pages 65–66</ref></blockquote>
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  • ...ever to have been either '''Budge''' (for consistent play) or [[Ellsworth Vines]] (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically, [ ...aments, the Professional Tennis Championships|French Pro Championship over Vines and the Wembley Pro tournament over Hans Nüsslein. There was no professi
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  • ...om of the 1930's and 40's. Beasley helped develop the explosive Ellsworth Vines and the machine-like Frank Parker while simultaneously serving as surrogat ...seven of them are enshrined in Newport’s Tennis Hall of Fame, among them Vines, Parker, Bryan “Bitsy” Grant, Helen Jacobs, Gardnar Mulloy and Doris H
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  • ...the great players, occasionally beating such heavy-hitters as [[Ellsworth Vines]] and [[Don Budge]]; was coached at one point by [[Mercer Beasley]]}} |Name=Ellsworth Vines
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  • ...nis coach of the first half of the 20th century who discovered [[Ellsworth Vines]] and was the mentor of [[Frank Parker]].
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  • ...ver to have been either [[Don Budge]] (for consistent play) or [[Ellsworth Vines]] (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically,
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  • ...le bit past his peak. On a long tour, as up and down as [[Ellsworth Vines|Vines]] was, I'm not so sure that Riggs wouldn't have played Elly very close. I
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  • ...ines]], then the world's best player, play a match: "And here is Ellsworth Vines, 6'2-1/2" tall, 155 pounds, dressed like Fred Astaire and hitting shots li ...the Beverly Hills Tennis Club, sometimes with such great adult players as Vines and [[Bill Tilden]]. He was the national boys' champion in 1936 and the wi
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  • ...rated [[Bill Tilden]] as the greatest player before 1930, then [[Ellsworth Vines]] as the greatest player for one year, [[Don Budge]] for three years, [[Ja ...ver to have been either [[Don Budge]] (for consistent play) or [[Ellsworth Vines]] (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically, [
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  • ...ayer ever to have been either Don Budge (for consistent play) or Ellsworth Vines (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically, [[ ...e ten, portrayed in chronological order, were [[Bill Tilden]], [[Ellsworth Vines]], [[Fred Perry]], [[Don Budge]], [[Bobby Riggs]], [[Jack Kramer]], '''Fra
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  • ...en an occasional match. In 1934, he won 9 of his first 20 matches against Vines. And in 1945 the 52-year old Tilden and his long-time doubles partner Vin ...ver to have been either [[Don Budge]] (for consistent play) or [[Ellsworth Vines]] (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically, '
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  • ...en an occasional match. In 1934, he won 9 of his first 20 matches against Vines. And in 1945 the 52-year old Tilden and his long-time doubles partner Vin ...ver to have been either [[Don Budge]] (for consistent play) or [[Ellsworth Vines]] (at the height of his game). The next four best were, chronologically, '
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