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1) Lendl\'s Long Journey Gains Admission to Hall of Fame: Ivan Lendl's long sporting journey from playing on the hardscrabble courts of his youth in Czechoslovakia to becoming the most dominant tennis player of his era came to a proud conclusion here today when he was enshrined in the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Joining Lendl in the 2001 class was the Australian left-hander Mervyn
Rose, who won two major singles championships — the Australian in
1954 and the French in 1958 — as well as four Grand Slam doubles
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