Week of July 16, 2012
In the News: WIMBLEDON
Roger Federer won his seventh Men’s Singles Wimbledon Championship while Serena Williams finished with her fifth title. Williams also won the Women’s Doubles Championship with her sister, Venus. This was Wimbledon win number five for the sisters.
30 for 30, Volume 2, DVD 9 (DVD)
Features: Unmatched – No individual sports rivalry can boast the intensity and impact of the one between Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova. Fierce competitors, the two lifted each other to heights that each couldn’t have reached without the other. On the court, their battles were fought hard. But even more remarkable is what happened off the court, as they formed a strong and lasting friendship, bonding them to this day.
ESPN Films, 2011
Call Number: GV576 .A1534 2011 (Boca Raton Media Center)
Arthur Ashe on Tennis: Strokes, Strategy, Traditions, Players, Psychology, and Wisdom
By Arthur Ashe with Alexander McNab. Knopf, 1995
Call Number: GV995 .A75 1995
Blacks at the Net: Black Achievement in the History of Tennis
By Sundiata Djata. Syracuse University Press, 2006
Call Number: GV992 .D53 2006 Continue reading