Cliff Drysdale (24 ties), Wayne Ferreira (26 ties) and Frew McMillan (28 ties) are the South African recipients of the Davis Cup Commitment Award being presented by the ITF to players who have shown long-standing dedication to representing their country in this prestigious competition.
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The International Tennis Hall of Fame announcement of the 2013 nominees was made on the air during the ESPN2 telecast of the US Open, where Cliff Drysdale was applauded by his colleagues, Hall of Famers Pam Shriver and John McEnroe, along with Patrick McEnroe and Chris Evert, Mary Joe Fernandez, and Darren Cahill.
If you are Cliff Drysdale and have Tennis Academies all over the world, where do you make sure you spend part of every summer? Red Ledges in Utah’s scenic Heber Valley, of course.
50 yrs after his 1st time at Wimbledon, Cliff Drysdale works in the Centre Court booth with Chris Evert
Cliff Drysdale is headed to Red Ledges in Heber, Utah to host a series of tennis clinics and events from June 9 - 16, 2012
Roger Cox of Tennis Resorts Online interviews Cliff during his stay at Hawks Cay Resort in the Florida Keys, which features among it's many amenities, a world-class tennis program managed by Cliff Drysdale Tennis.
In the middle of the second week at the last major championship held in 2011, the worst kind of weather swept relentlessly and alarmingly across Flushing Meadows. On Tuesday September 7 and Wednesday September 8, with the U.S. Open heading toward a golden homestretch, as the game's top competitors and the public eagerly awaited a stirring conclusion at the largest of all American sporting events, New Yorkers were pelted with unwelcome summer...
Drysdale hosts love fest at Stratton tennis school
Old pro helps further the game of tennis with new school at Red Ledges by Christopher Kamrani of The Park Record
LINK TO THE ORIGINAL ARTICLE HERE HEBER CITY — Hitting a tennis ball has always provided a refuge for legendary tennis player Cliff Drysdale. Not only did he love competing in the sport, it also often saved him from the drudgery of homework. "The one thing (my mom) allowed me to do was go hit tennis balls against the wall if I wanted to get out of home work for a bit," said Drysdale, who was at the Red Ledges' Cliff Drysdale...