Tiger’s Big Brother

“He walks with him, laughs with him, listens to him, and knows what to say to him and how to say it.” The New York Time describes Kiwi caddy Steve Williams as a big brother to Tiger, after he guided Woods to his record third major of the summer. “Stevie has been a big part of my success,” said Woods, “He can read me … And we genuinely like being around each other.. I think that makes for a wonderful partnership, especially one that lasts a long time.”


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How to Become a Tennis No 1 by Anthony Wilding

How to Become a Tennis No 1 by Anthony Wilding

In the 14 May 1912 edition of The Guardian newspaper, champion New Zealand tennis player Anthony Wilding’s book, On the Court and Off, was reviewed. That article is republished 109 years…