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Margaret Court: Quiz


Question 1: She won the singles Grand Slam in 1970, the mixed doubles Grand Slam in 1963 with fellow Australian Ken Fletcher, and the mixed doubles Grand Slam in 1965 with three different partners (Fletcher, John Newcombe, and ________).
Bob HewittTony RocheKen RosewallFred Stolle

Question 2: In November 1994, when delivering a speech at Parliament House in ________, Court exclaimed that "Homosexuality is an abomination to the Lord!
SydneyDarwin, Northern TerritoryCanberraMelbourne

Question 3: The ________ states, "For sheer strength of performance and accomplishment there has never been a tennis player to match (her)."[1]
International Tennis Hall of FameJohn NewcombeKen RosewallDon Budge

Question 4: 1977 - Played the final singles match of her career, defeating Greer Stevens in the third round of the ________ of Detroit 5–7, 7–6, 6–3.
WTA Tour ChampionshipsElena DementievaCara BlackSerena Williams

Question 5: Also in 2003, ________ honoured her and fellow Australian tennis Rod Laver by putting their images on postage stamps.
Australian Telecommunications CommissionAustralia PostTelstraMelbourne

Question 6: In 1979, Court was inducted into the ________.
International Tennis Hall of FameDon BudgeJohn NewcombeKen Rosewall

Question 7: Four months later, ________ beat Riggs in the even more famous Battle of the Sexes match in the Houston Astrodome.
Doris HartBillie Jean KingOwen DavidsonMargaret Court

Question 8: As of October 2008, Court lives in ________.
Perth, Western AustraliaBrisbaneMelbourneSydney

Question 9: In 1990, Court said that Martina Navrátilová and other lesbian and ________ players were ruining the sport of tennis and setting a bad example for younger players.
Sexual orientationGayHomosexualityBisexuality

Question 10: In 1967, she was made a ________ (MBE), for her services to sport and international relations.
Order of St Michael and St GeorgeOrders, decorations, and medals of the United KingdomOrder of the British EmpireOrder of the Bath

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