Photographic Print of Jeff Tarango argues with the umpire at Wimbledon in 1995
Jeff Tarango (USA) shakes his fist as he argues with the umpire during his game. Wimbledon Tennis Championships 1995.
Credit: Colorsport / Tempsport / Serge Philippot
Media ID 5129941
11R 14"x11" (36x28cm) Print
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