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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.
(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Results of baseball game between Detroit Tigers- Boston Red Sox reported; scenes shown from NBC Sports. Results of women's gymnastics trials for Olympics reported; scenes shown of Phoebe Mills performing. Tennis match between Boris Becker-Todd Witsken at tournament in Indianapolis, IN, reported; scenes shown from ESPN. Report introduced.
(No location given: Ron Claiborne) Swedish tennis player Stefan Edberg featured; scenes shown. [EDBERG - discusses fame.] Edberg's victory at Wimbledon recalled; scenes shown of finals from NBC Sports. [EDBERG - recalls match with Boris Becker.] Fin. important of winning Wimbledon noted. [Edberg's agent Tom ROSS - discusses changes in Edberg's fin. activities.] Edberg's ads. shown. [EDBERG - explains his approach to tennis.] [Player Paul ANNACONE - talks about Edberg.] Edberg shown playing tennis.
(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Upcoming United States Open tennis tournament mentioned.
- Claiborne, Ron;
- Gandolf, Ray;
- Simpson, Carole
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