Tops in Tennis

December 2006
PN;Dec2006, Vol. 60 Issue 12, p65
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The article presents information about the U.S. Open USTA National Wheelchair Championships held in San Diego, California, on October 3-8, 2006. Robin Ammerlaan of the Netherlands won the men's title and Esther Vergeer of the Netherlands defeated Florence Gravellier of France to take the women's title.


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