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  • 'He doesn't miss:' Teens get schooled by former No. 1 tennis player

    Tennis legend and metro-east native Jimmy Connors was in town recently to be inducted into the St. Louis Tennis Hall of Fame. He trained and offered tips to a few local players coached by his brother, John Connors, at St. Clair Tennis Club in O'Fallon, IL. Here's what they said about playing the 64-year-old Wimbledon winner and former No. 1 player in the world.

'He doesn't miss:' Teens get schooled by former No. 1 tennis player

Tennis legend and metro-east native Jimmy Connors was in town recently to be inducted into the St. Louis Tennis Hall of Fame. He trained and offered tips to a few local players coached by his brother, John Connors, at St. Clair Tennis Club in O'Fallon, IL. Here's what they said about playing the 64-year-old Wimbledon winner and former No. 1 player in the world.
Todd Eschman teschman@bnd.com