ABC Evening News for Monday, May 26, 1975
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(Studio) Tennis popular sport but watching it not as popular as some hoped.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(NYC) World Team Tennis not very good spectator sport. Traditionally, tennis champions are loners; spectators now being asked to root for teams, not individuals. [General manager, New York Sets Bob KAIN - says more people paying to see team tennis this year] Mgr. not facing realities of half-filled stadium. [President World Team Tennis Larry KING - says it's question of getting fans exposed to team tennis.] [Billie Jean KING - thinks much of tennis' future in world team tennis.]
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson
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