Bryan brothers take first step in quest
Dynamic doubles duo looking to become first team in 62 years to win season Slam
NEW YORK -- It's well past midnight in the city that never sleeps, but when the phone rings at Frank Sedgman's house in Melbourne; it's tea time.
"Hello," he says, in a chipper tone that is almost startling, even factoring in the 16-hour time change.
Sedgman, after all, is 85 years old.
It's been 62 years since he and partner Ken McGregor won all four Grand Slam doubles championships in a single year, 1951. He was a former world No. 1 amateur singles champion and won a total ...
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