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As during the previous year, King started inconsistently. She missed the first three Virginia Slims tournaments in January because of a wrist injury.
The semi-final victory ended Court's tournament and match winning streaks,  with King saving at least three match points when down 5—4 40—0 in the second set.
King lost to Court in two of those tournaments. After deciding not to defend her French Open singles title, King won four consecutive tournaments, including her fifth Wimbledon singles title when she defeated Kerry Melville Reid in the quarterfinals, Evonne Goolagong in the semi-finals on her eighth match point,  and Chris Evert in the final.
King lost only nine points in the 6—0 bageling of Evert in the first set of their final. King also completed the Triple Crown at Wimbledon winning the singles, women's doubles, and mixed doubles titles in the same year , thus becoming the first, and only, player to do so at Wimbledon in the Open Era.
In none of the preceding tournaments, however, did King play Court. Their rivalry resumed in the final of the Virginia Slims of Nashville tournament, where Court won for the third time in four matches against King in This was the last ever singles match between those players, with Court winning 21 and King 13 of their 34 matches.
Three weeks later at the US Open , King retired from her fourth-round match with Julie Heldman while ill  and suffering from the oppressive heat and humidity.
When Heldman complained to the match umpire that King was taking too long between games, King reportedly told Heldman, "If you want the match that badly, you can have it!
King won her first and second round matches three days before playing Riggs, defeated Riggs, won her quarterfinal match the day after the Riggs match, and then lost the following day to Casals in the semifinals 7—6, 6—1.
According to King, "I had nothing left to give. Riggs had been a top men's player in the s and s in both the amateur and professional ranks.
He won the Wimbledon men's singles title in , and was considered the World No. He then became a self-described tennis "hustler" who played in promotional challenge matches.
Claiming that the women's game was so inferior to the men's game that even a year-old like himself could beat the current top female players, he challenged and defeated Margaret Court 6—2, 6—1.
The match garnered huge publicity. In front of 30, spectators and a television audience estimated at 50 million people U.
The match is considered a significant event in developing greater recognition and respect for women's tennis. King said, "I thought it would set us back 50 years if I didn't win that match.
It would ruin the women's tour and affect all women's self-esteem,"  and that "To beat a year-old guy was no thrill for me.
The thrill was exposing a lot of new people to tennis. King won five of the first seven tournaments she contested in The following week in Indian Wells, California , King again defeated Gunter in the semi-finals but lost to Evert in the final.
King then won tournaments in Fairfax, Virginia and Detroit before losing a semi-final match to Virginia Wade in Chicago. Indoor Championships final.
Olga Morozova then upset King in her next two tournaments, at Philadelphia in the final and at Wimbledon in a quarterfinal 7—5, 6—2.
Afterward, King did not play a tour match until the US Open , where she won her fourth singles title and third in the last four years.
She defeated Rosemary Casals in a straight sets quarterfinal, avenged in the semi-finals her previous year's loss to Julie Heldman, and narrowly defeated Evonne Goolagong in the final.
King did not reach a tournament final during the remainder of the year, losing to Heldman in an Orlando semi-final, Wade in a Phoenix semi-final, and Goolagong in a semi-final of the tour-ending Virginia Slims Championships in Los Angeles.
In , King played singles only half the year, as she retired temporarily, as it turned out from tournament singles competition immediately after winning her sixth Wimbledon singles title.
The following week, King won the Sarasota, Florida tournament, defeating Evert in the final 6—3, 6—2.
Evert said immediately after the final, which was her thirteenth career match with King, "I think that's the best that Billie Jean has ever played.
I hit some great shots but they just kept coming back at me. Out of frustration comes creativity. As King was serving for the match at 6—5 in the third set, a disputed line call went in Evert's favor.
King said after the match that she was cheated out of the match and that she had never been angrier about a match.
King played only one of the Wimbledon warm-up tournaments, defeating Olga Morozova in the Eastbourne semi-finals before losing to Wade in the final.
Seeded third at Wimbledon, King defeated seventh seeded Morozova in the quarterfinals 6—3, 6—3 and then top seeded Evert in the semi-finals 2—6, 6—2, 6—3 after being down 3—0 40—15 in the final set.
King, however, believes that the match turned around because King planned for and totally prepared for Wimbledon that year and told herself when she was on the verge of defeat, "Hey, Billie Jean, this is ridiculous.
You paid the price. For once, you looked ahead. You're supposed to win. Get your bahoola in gear. King called her performance a "near perfect match" and said to the news media, "I'm never coming back.
Except for five Federation Cup singles matches that she won in straight sets in August, King played only in doubles and mixed doubles events from January through September.
She lost to Dianne Fromholtz Balestrat in both of the singles tournaments she played the remainder of the year. Looking back, King said, "I wasted So, despite my age and the operations, the Old Lady came back King spent the first three months of the year rehabilitating her right knee after surgery in November Margaret Court, who finished in sixth place on the Virginia Slims points list, failed to qualify for the tournament because she did not play enough Virginia Slims tournaments leading up to the championships.
Evert said she was disappointed with King and that until Richards's status was resolved, "all of the women should stick together.
She made a bad decision. She's mad because she could not get what she wanted. She didn't have to choose a 'disputed' tournament. King eventually won the tournament.
King won 0—6, 7—6, 6—2. She defeated another clay court specialist, Virginia Ruzici , in the second round before winning only one game from Evert in the final.
At Wimbledon in the third round, King played Maria Bueno for the last time, with King winning 6—2, 7—5. In the quarterfinals, Evert defeated King for the first time at a Grand Slam singles tournament and for the first time on grass 6—1, 6—2 in just 46 minutes.
Evert said it was the best match she had ever played on grass up to that point in her career,  and King said, "No excuses.
Let's forget knees, ankles, toes, everything else. She just played beautiful tennis. I don't think many players would've beaten her today.
At this stage, just playing, that's winning enough for me. Quit tournament tennis? You gotta be kidding.
It just means I've got a lot more work. I've got to make myself match tough I gotta go out and kill myself for the next six months. It's a long, arduous process.
I will suffer. But I will be back. From her debut in until , she had played in the final of one of the three championship events for women every year.
Perhaps there was irony in this in that as the Wimbledon champion with the most titles in its history, the event was celebrating its centenary in the year King failed to make a final for the first time.
The only other years she competed at the championship and did not feature in a final were and In her entire Wimbledon career of 22 competitions, King never failed to be a semi-finalist in at least one event every year.
Evert repeated her Wimbledon quarterfinal victory over King at the clay court US Open , winning 6—2, 6—0.
This loss prompted King to say, "I better get it together by October or November or that's it. I'll have to make some big decisions. I'm not years-old and I can't just go out and change my game.
It's only the last four weeks I haven't been in [knee] pain. King won five of the eight tournaments she entered plus both of her Wightman Cup matches.
She defeated Navratilova all four times they played, including three times in three consecutive weeks, and beat Wimbledon champion Virginia Wade twice.
Beginning September 26, King played seven consecutive weeks. She then won three hard court tournaments in three consecutive weeks.
She defeated Navratilova and Wendy Turnbull to win in Phoenix, losing only four points to Turnbull in the third set of the final. King said, "I have never had a run like this, even in the years when I was Wimbledon champion.
At 34, I feel fitter than when I was King played ten singles tournaments during the first half of , limiting herself to doubles after Wimbledon.
At the Virginia Slims Championships, King lost her first round robin match to Virginia Wade and defaulted her two remaining round robin matches because of a leg injury sustained during the first match.
At Wimbledon , King played with a painful heel spur in her left foot and lost to Evert in the quarterfinals for the second consecutive year 6—3, 3—6, 6—2.
The match was on-serve in the third set with King serving at 2—3 40—0 before Evert won five consecutive points to break serve. King won a total of only two points during the last two games.
King said after the match, "I don't think my mobility is very good and that's what I need to beat her. Physically, she [Evert] tears your guts apart unless you can stay with her.
I'm really disappointed. I really wanted to play well. I just couldn't cut it because of my heel. King teamed with Navratilova to win the women's doubles title at the US Open, King's fourth women's doubles title at that tournament and fourteenth Grand Slam women's doubles title overall.
To end the year, King was undefeated in five doubles matches four with Evert and one with Rosemary Casals as the U.
During the Federation Cup competition, King hinted at retirement from future major singles competitions and said that she was "sick and tired of continued surgery" in trying to get fit enough for those events.
During the first half of , King played only one event — doubles in the Federation Cup tie against Spain — because of major surgery to her left foot during December King returned to singles competition at the Wimbledon warm-up tournament in Chichester.
She defeated the reigning Wimbledon champion, Martina Navratilova, in a minute quarterfinal 6—1, 6—2  before losing to Evonne Goolagong Cawley in the semi-finals 1—6, 6—4, 10—8.
King partnered with Navratilova at Wimbledon to win King's 20th and final Wimbledon title, breaking Elizabeth Ryan 's longstanding record of 19 Wimbledon titles just one day after Ryan collapsed and died at Wimbledon.
At the US Open , the ninth-seeded King reached the quarterfinals without dropping a set, where she upset the fourth-seeded Virginia Wade 6—3, 7—6 4.
Next up was a semi-final match with the four-time defending champion and top-seeded Chris Evert; however, with King hampered by a neck injury sustained during a bear hug with a friend the day before the match, Evert won 6—1, 6—0, including the last eleven games and 48 of the last 63 points.
The following week in Tokyo, King won her first singles title in almost two years, defeating Goolagong Cawley in the final.
In November in Stockholm, King defeated Betty Stöve in the final after Stöve lost her concentration while serving for the match at 5—4 in the third set.
King won the tournament in Houston that began in February, snapping Martina Navratilova's match winning streak in the straight-sets final.
At the winter series-ending Avon Championships in March, King defeated Virginia Wade in her first round robin match 6—1, 6—3.
After Wade held serve at love to open the match, King won nine consecutive games and lost only nine points during those games.
King played the French Open, her first time since she won the event in and completed a career singles Grand Slam. At Wimbledon , King defeated Pam Shriver in a two-hour, forty minute fourth round match after King saved a match point in the second set and recovered from a 4—2 40—0 deficit in the third set with Shriver serving.
The beginning of the match was delayed until late afternoon because of rain. Because she wore glasses, King agreed to start the match then on condition that tournament officials immediately suspend the match if the rain resumed.
During the first set, drizzle began to fall; however, the chair umpire refused to suspend the match. King led in the tiebreaker 5—1 before Navratilova came back to win the set, whereupon the umpire then agreed to the suspension.
When the match resumed the next day, King won 20 of the first 23 points to take a 5—0 lead in the second set and lost a total of seven points while winning the set in just 17 minutes.
In the third set, Navratilova broke serve to take a 2—0 lead before King broke back twice and eventually served for the match at 6—5.
King then hit four volley errors, enabling Navratilova to break serve at love and even the match. King saved three match points while serving at 6—7 and three more match points while serving at 7—8.
During the change-over between games at 8—9, King's glasses broke for the first time in her career. She had a spare pair, but they did not feel the same.
King saved two match points before Navratilova broke serve to win the match. King said, "I think that may be the single match in my career that I could have won if I hadn't had bad eyes.
Navratilova then decided she wanted a new doubles partner and started playing with Shriver but refused to discuss the change directly with King.
She finally confronted Navratilova during the spring of , reportedly saying to her, "Tell me I'm too old King had minor knee surgery on November 14 in San Francisco to remove adhesions and cartilage.
In , King began a comeback, winning the Wimbledon warm-up tournament the Edgbaston Cup in Birmingham, her first singles title in more than two years.
King was 38 years old and the twelfth-seed at Wimbledon. In her third round match with Tanya Harford of South Africa, King was down 7—5, 5—4 40—0 before Harford's apparent winner was deemed 'not up' by the umpire, something the South African protested vehemently.
King then saved the next two match points  to win the second set 7—6 2 and then the third set 6—3. King said in her post-match press conference, "I can't recall the previous time I have been so close to defeat and won.
When I was down 4—5 and love—40, I told myself, 'You have been here 21 years, so use that experience and hang on.
King then upset third-seeded Tracy Austin in the quarterfinals 3—6, 6—4, 6—2 to become the oldest female semi-finalist at Wimbledon since Dorothea Douglass Lambert Chambers in This was King's first career victory over Austin after five defeats and reversed the result of their Wimbledon quarterfinal.
King said in her post-match press conference, "Today, I looked at the scoreboard when I was 2—0 in the third set and the '2' seemed to be getting bigger and bigger.
In , when I was up 2—0 at the same stage, I was tired and didn't have anything left. But today I felt so much better and was great mentally.
King was down a set and 2—1 in the second set before winning five consecutive games to even the match.
She reached the semi-finals in her final appearance at Wimbledon , losing to Andrea Jaeger 6—1, 6—1 after beating Kathy Jordan in the quarterfinals, seventh-seeded Wendy Turnbull in the fourth round, and Rosemary Casals, her longtime doubles partner, in the third round.
Jaeger claims that she was highly motivated to defeat King because King had defeated Turnbull, a favorite of Jaeger's, and because King refused a towel from an attendant just before her match with Jaeger, explaining, "I'm not going to sweat in this match.
King became the oldest WTA player to win a singles tournament when she won the Edgbaston Cup grass court tournament in Birmingham at 39 years, 7 months and 23 days after a straight-sets victory in the final against Alycia Moulton.
At her final appearance at the US Open later in , King didn't play singles, but partnered Sharon Walsh in the Women's Doubles , reaching the semi-finals and Trey Waltke in the Mixed Doubles , losing in the second round.
The final official singles match of King's career was a second round loss to Catherine Tanvier at the Australian Open.
King played doubles sporadically from through She and Vijay Amritraj were seeded sixth for the Wimbledon Mixed Doubles , but they withdrew before the tournament began.
She retired from competitive play in doubles in March King became the captain of the United States Fed Cup team and coach of its women's Olympic tennis squad.
She guided the U. In , King dismissed Capriati from the Fed Cup team, saying Capriati had violated rules that forbade bringing along and practicing with personal coaches.
King argued that this was corrupt and kept the game highly elitist. King quickly became a significant force in the opening of tennis to professionalism.
King said this about the amateur game,. In America, tennis players are not people. If you are in tennis, you are a cross between a panhandler and a visiting in-law.
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