Böblingen singles


France was an important power in tennis during the first half of the 20th century due to the dominance of Suzanne Lenglen during the 1910s and 1920s, and les Quatre Mousquetaires ("the Four Musketeers")— Jacques "Toto" Brugnon , Jean Borotra (the "Bouncing Basque"), Henri Cochet (the "Magician"), and René Lacoste (the "Crocodile")—in the 1920s and 1930s. In 1927, France defeated the United States to win the Davis Cup , due largely to the Musketeers' efforts. Roland Garros was constructed as a venue for France's successful defense the following year. [6] France retained the Cup until 1933, again largely because of the Musketeers. A monument to France's six Cup championships stands at the center of Place des Mousquetaires , a circular courtyard near the venue's entrance. [7]

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Remarkably, at its first full live performance at Guildhall, Portsmouth , England on 21 January 1972, most of the album was in the form it would be when released 14 months later. The significant differences include:


Böblingen singles

Böblingen singles



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