No one in his time played the game of tennis with more polish, precision or fluidity than Dennis Ralston. When he was at the height of his powers in the 1960s-finishing three consecutive years as the No. 1 ranked man in the United States-he made the game look as if it was invented for him, developing a masterful forehand volley that was his signature shot. Ralston later established himself as an estimable American Davis Cup captain and as the esteemed coach of Chris Evert.
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