American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Evert, Christine Marie Born 1954. American tennis player who won women's singles titles at the U.S. Open (1975-1978, 1980, and 1982) and Wimbledon (1974, 1976, and 1981).
“Chris Evert is lending her support to the next generation of tennis stars.”
“Thank you," he said, interested at once in Evert's eager face.”
“Evert's presence could have helped me to win more tournaments,' says Norman Van Pelt beats Mallinger on 2nd second hole of sudden death playoff at US Bank Championship Adam Lind homers, Marc Rzepczynski gets first major league win as Blue Jays beat Red Sox 6-2”
“Evert's presence could have helped me to win more tournaments,' says Norman MELBOURNE - Golfing great Greg Norman has said that if his new wife Chris Evert was in his life 20 years ago, he would have more than his 88 professional wins, including two British Opens.”
“It was like watching a Navratilova-Evert tennis match.”
“I was really finicky about the shape of my grip," Evert said.”
“Evert eventually switched to graphite and said she became more particular as she got older.”
“Early in the 70s, I'm not quite sure anybody really cared," Chris Evert said.”
“King predicts Serena will pass her dozen Slams and might even approach the 18 singles majors that both Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert won.”
“Women's tennis thrived when Martina Navratilova and Chris Evert pummeled everybody in sight.”
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