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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.
(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Cincinnati Bengals football player Stanley Wilson reported barred from Super Bowl due to drug use relapse; game's half time score and injury report given. College basketball games between University of Illinois- Georgia Tech and University of Louisville-University of Nevada (Las Vegas) shown. Resurrection of tennis in Australia featured; scenes shown of past greats (named) from Australia. [Former player John NEWCOMBE - describes band of Aussies in his time; explains how Australia's tennis fell behind.] [Former player Tony ROCHE - talks about new young Aussies led by Pat Cash.] ["Melbourne Sun" reporter Bruce MATHEWS, player Darren CAHILL - talk about Cash.] Success of Aussies Cahill and Mark Woodforde at 1988 United States Open recalled, shown. [TV commentators Tim Ryan, Mary CARILLO - praise Aussies.] Australian youth program in tennis cited. [WOODFORDE, former player Neil FRASER - comment on Aussie tennis.] Results of current Australian Open tournament cited.
- Gandolf, Ray;
- Donaldson, Sam
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