The Match: Althea Gibson and Angela Buxton: How Two Outsiders-One Black, the Other Jewish-Forged a Friendship and Made Sports History


In 1956, African-American Althea Gibson and Russian Jew Angela Buxton found themselves shunned by other tennis players and therefore without doubles partners at Wimbledon. Undaunted, they decided to play together--and triumphed.

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