Very Good in Very Good jacket. Jack Kramer dominated the game of Tennis for two generations. He tells his story with Frank Deford. First Edition, First Printing of this sports biography (written with Frank Deford) of the definitive Old School American star of the mid 20th Century, Jack Kramer. Don Draper-esque in look and style and a champion on the court, Kramer dominated tennis in both performance and personality. That included the iconic Jack Kramer model tennis racket and an amusing dose of period sexism. Buddiies in a decades long bromance iwth Bobby Riggs, in the 1950s the pair craftily promoted the career of female player Gussy Moran and her famous lace panties. When Riggs tangled with Billy Jean King in the feminist early 1970s, Kramer was all in with Bobby and minimally impressed by King's play in thrashing his pal. ". but it might have been different if Bobby hadn't kept running around. It was more than one woman who took care of Bobby Riggs in Houston."
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