The Divine Miss Marble – Robert Weintraub

The Divine Miss Marble - Robert Weintraub

The Divine Miss Marble – Robert Weintraub
epub | 24.02 MB | English | Isbn:B082S16XVF |
Author: Robert Weintraub | PAge: 512 | Year: 2020


The story of 1930s tennis icon Alice Marble, and her life of sports, celebrity, and incredible mystery.

Who was Alice Marble?

In her public life, she was the biggest tennis star of the pre-war era, a household name like Joe DiMaggio and Joe Louis. She was famous for overcoming serious illness to win the biggest tournaments, including Wimbledon. She was also a fashion designer and trendsetter, a contributor to a pioneering new comic called Wonder Woman-and friend to the biggest names in Hollywood and society, like Carole Lombard and Clark Gable, William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies, and members of families named Bloomingdale, Loew, and du Pont. She helped integrate tennis with her support of Althea Gibson, and even coached two young women who became stars in their own right: Billie Jean King and Sally Ride.

Yet her private life provoked constant speculation while she was alive, and her own memoirs added layers of legend upon…

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