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TRAVEL
April 14, 2002
It's too bad Tom Gorman went to the Bellagio Sunday brunch ("In Sin City, a Spot Worth Coveting," Weekend Escape, April 7). If he had stayed at the Palms and enjoyed Sunday brunch at the newly opened Garduno's restaurant in the hotel, he would have enjoyed the finest chile verde and sopaipillas west of New Mexico. We have driven to Albuquerque just for a "Garduno's fix," and now it is just a few hours away. JANA GUEST Ridgecrest
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SPORTS
July 31, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Andre Agassi and Jim Courier were named by captain Tom Gorman to the U.S. Davis Cup team that will face Sweden in the semifinals Sept. 25-27 at Minneapolis. Courier, the world's top-ranked player and winner of the Australian Open and French Open titles this year, will be making his 1992 Davis Cup debut. Agassi, the Wimbledon champion, played in this year's two earlier U.S. victories, over Argentina and Czechoslovakia. The U.S. doubles team will be announced later.
SPORTS
October 12, 1993 | THOMAS BONK
Tom Gullikson is expected to be named as the new U.S. Davis Cap captain today. The United States Tennis Assn. has scheduled a news conference this morning in New York where all indications are Gullikson will be introduced as Tom Gorman's successor. Gullikson works for the USTA as a coach in the player development program, which he joined when it began in 1988, and worked with such players as Jim Courier, Todd Martin and Jennifer Capriati.
SPORTS
March 28, 1989 | THOMAS BONK
Tom Gorman, U.S. Davis Cup captain, named his squad Monday and there were no surprises: John McEnroe, Andre Agassi, Ken Flach and Robert Seguso. The United States plays a quarterfinal round match against France in San Diego at the Sports Arena April 7-9. In its previous meeting with France, the United States won, 4-1, as McEnroe won two singles matches and teamed with Peter Fleming to win their doubles match.
SPORTS
May 4, 1992 | Special to the Times
Rod Laver and Ross Case led Australia to a 5-2 victory over the United States in Laver's best-of-seven-match Legends Cup Sunday. Australia had led, 2-1, after Saturday's competition. The United States evened it, 2-2, when Marty Riessen and Jackie Cooper defeated Ken Rosewall and Roy Emerson, 7-5, 6-2. But in singles competition that was limited to best-of-three 12-point tiebreakers, Laver beat Tom Gorman, 8-6, 5-7, 7-5; and Case defeated Roscoe Tanner, 7-1, 9-7.
SPORTS
May 29, 1988 | Associated Press
John McEnroe and teen-ager Andre Agassi were named Saturday to play singles for the U.S. Davis Cup team that will face Argentina in an American zone semifinal July 22-24 at Buenos Aires. The doubles team of Ken Flach and Robert Seguso will join McEnroe, 29, and Agassi, 18, on the team announced by captain Tom Gorman at the French Open. The winner of the American zone tournament returns next year to the Davis Cup World Group.
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