Jares, Joe
December 1973
Sports Illustrated;12/17/1973, Vol. 39 Issue 25, p30
The article reports on the 50,000 dollar Commercial Union Masters tennis championship held in Boston, Massachusetts in early December 1973. Top seed Ilie Nastase won over Dutchman Tom Okker for the title. It also cites the match between Okker and Australian John Newcombe, wherein Newcombe lost the match while leading due to an injury.


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