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Margaret Court: Tennis great says she wasn't invited to ...

(CNN)Tennis champion Margaret Court, who has had a frosty relationship with the Australian Open over her views on sexuality and same-sex marriage in recent years, says she not been invited to this...

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Margaret Court - Wikipedia

Margaret Court AC MBE (née Smith; born 16 July 1942), also known as Margaret Smith Court, is an Australian retired tennis player and former world No. 1. She won 24 Grand Slam women's singles titles in her career, 19 Grand Slam doubles titles, and 21 Grand Slam mixed doubles titles. She has won more Grand Slam titles than any other player in history, and is considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time.

Tennis Australia responds to Margaret Court's same-sex ...

Tennis Australia has released a statement explaining Margaret Court's views on same-sex marriage do not align with the organisation's values. Court created a storm on Thursday when she revealed ...

Margaret Smith Court - International Tennis Hall of Fame

She was made Member of the Order of the British Empire (1967), inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame (1985), the Australian Tennis Hall of Fame (1993), earned the ITF’s Phillippe Chatrier Award (2006), and was made Officer of the Order of Australia for her services to tennis (2007). In January 2003, Show Court One at Melbourne Park, home to the Australian Open since 1988, was renamed Margaret Court Arena.

Tennis Australia recognise Margaret Court's 50th anniversary ...

Tennis Australia recognise Margaret Court's 50th anniversary with backhanded compliment. Tennis Australia (TA) have released a statement confirming they have events organised to celebrate the 50th...

Margaret Court: Tennis Australia to celebrate achievements ...

Tennis Australia confirmed it will invite former champion Margaret Court to next year's Australian Open to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her grand slam sweep but said it did not agree with her...

Margaret (Smith) Court - Tennis Australia

Margaret Court. Age 79; Born 16 July 1942; Birth Place Albury, NSW; Lives Perth, Western Australia; Height 175 cm; Plays Right-handed; Playing Status Retired; Australian Tennis Hall Of Fame 1993; International Tennis Hall Of Fame 1979

Margaret Court invited to Australian Open, slammed by Tennis ...

Tennis Australia invites Margaret Court to Melbourne Park but distances itself from her views. Margaret Court’s children have spoken out saying they are “disappointed” in Tennis Australia ...

Margaret Court anniversary plans: Tennis Australia news

Nov 7th, 2019. Tennis Australia will meet with Margaret Court this weekend as the game's governing body plans to recognise Court's achievements rather than celebrate them.

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