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In 1966, Court was the beneficiary of a total walkover, when Nancy Richey couldn’t take the court in the Australian Open final because of a bad knee.
SERENA WILLIAMS DOESN’T NEED ANOTHER GRAND SLAM. SHE HAS NOTHING LEFT TO PROVE.SALLY JENKINSAUGUST 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Don't you believe for one minute we're going to have a walkover.
FAST NINEALAN DOUGLAS
The fumes of this drink went at once to my brain, where it had what might be termed a complete walkover.
NYE AND RILEY'S WIT AND HUMOR (POEMS AND YARNS)BILL NYE
"Perhaps he thought his chances too slim for a walkover," he said in non-committal fashion, as Burr's best friend.
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLEELLEN GLASGOW
As to the fight itself, it was in many ways, no doubt, a walkover.
THE EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGNS, 1882 TO 1885CHARLES ROYLE
You'll have no such walkover as Dewey had at Manila—I'll promise you that.
FIGHTING IN CUBAN WATERSEDWARD STRATEMEYER
He had seen the freshman fight, however, and he realized that he would not have a walkover.
FRANK MERRIWELL AT YALEBURT L. STANDISH
Oh, Miss Van Deusen will have a walkover when her turn for election comes again.
A WOMAN FOR MAYORHELEN M. WINSLOW
It soon became apparent that the teams were very evenly matched, and that neither would have a walkover.
THE RUSHTON BOYS AT RALLY HALLSPENCER DAVENPORT
It was a “walkover” soon after the first few innings had demonstrated the superiority of Yale.
BASEBALL JOE AT YALELESTER CHADWICK
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO WALKOVER

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